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Telit Webinar: How to Select a Router for FirstNet Applications
Agencies across the U.S. are preparing for the nation’s first cellular broadband network dedicated to public safety, known as FirstNet. This network will provide more reliable communication for first responders, enabling better device interoperability across different agencies.

With this new technology, first responder vehicles, traffic control and transit systems can now utilize purpose-built onboard cellular mobile access routers as network gateways that securely bridge local subnets to agency systems. Agencies looking to purchase these routers will need to understand how to evaluate them for reliability, ruggedness and security, along with ensuring forward compatibility as new public safety applications emerge.

Is your organization ready to take advantage of mission-critical cellular networking capabilities? Join us to learn what factors you need to consider when selecting a router for your FirstNet application.

This webinar will address:

• Why speed matters and the role of cellular
• How to measure reliability, ruggedness and security in cellular mission-critical devices
• What to look for in FirstNet-based communication solutions

Jul 26, 2018 1:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Steve Mazur
Director of Government Business Development @Digi International
Steve Mazur is a communications industry veteran, with experience in wired and wireless networks, markets and technology. Since 2009 he has focused on wireless M2M and F/S/L Government markets, often engaging around Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and Smart Cities initiatives, and M2M adoption in Defense and Federal Civilian agencies.
Kenneth Bednasz
VP Application Engineering @Telit
Kenneth Bednasz is the Vice President of Application Engineering for Telit and is responsible for the technical support and module certification for Telit’s products. Ken has been with Telit since 2006 and has been instrumental in leading innovative product introductions with North American network operators.