Why Mission Critical Communication is Important for Tomorrow’s Enterprise


Whether it is a manufacturing unit or a telecom service provider, a city municipality or a bank, more and more enterprise of tomorrow are looking for an always available, secure and completely resilient communication infrastructure and that is why Mission Critical Communications becomes important for the enterprise community.

Keeping the above need in mind, Critical Communication World 2014 is being organized in Singapore, during 20 and 22nd May 2014. This is where global vendors and various stakeholders of the Critical Communications ecosystem are set to deliberate on upcoming trends and best practices of the trade.

“The key focus for Critical Communications world 2014 will be the global perspective on developing secure, resilient and effective radio communications and mission critical mobile broadband for today and tomorrow. We are expecting more than 3000 Global Attendees, 100+ Exhibitors coming from 80+ Countries,” informs, Hanna Jackson, Conference Director, Critical Communication World 2014.

Some of the topics that will be discussed include –

–        Mission Critical Mobile Broadband

–        Next Generation Devices

–        Critical Infrastructure Protection

–        Mobile Surveillance

–        Safe City Initiatives

–        TETRA

–        Smart Grid

–        LTE

–        TEDS

As data use grows on all networks and organisations become more data-enabled, it is important that all systems are ready for data applications, including mission critical wireless communications. And this is where Critical Communication World 2014 will play a key role in terms finding the right opportunities for the industry ecosystem to embrace tomorrow in a better way.