Hytera Communications Presented the Keynote

At IWCE's Critical LTE Communications Forum

“Hytera’s Vision and Future Plan for next generation broadband LTE Development”

Chicago, IL, Nov 2-3, 2016 –
Hytera Communications Co. Ltd, a world's leading solution provider of Professional Mobile Radio communications, presented the keynote at IWCE's Critical LTE Communications Forum, a new business technology conference focused on mission-critical LTE network solutions. The Forum took place November 2-3, 2016 at the McCormick Place in Chicago in tandem with Penton’s IoT Emerge

Founded in 1993 in Shenzhen, China, Hytera has grown to be a key player in PMR (Professional Mobile Radio) communication industry with a large customer base in more than 120 countries and regions across the world. In China, Hytera's market share ranks 1st among Chinese manufacturers; globally Hytera has reached the 2nd in Overall Terminal category, according to Heading Century Consulting Industry Report and IMS Market Research Report. Moving to the new digital era, the company has heavily invested in R&D and engineering resources on next generation broadband LTE development.  


During IWCE’s Critical LTE Communications Forum in Chicago, Hytera Communications Senior Vice President Mr. G.S. Kok delivered the keynote of Hytera’s vision and future plan for the LTE development.


On an interview with Urgent Communications Editor Donny Jackson during the Forum, Mr. Andy Zhao, President of Hytera America, unveils the company’s plans to introduce LTE-DMR and LTE-TETRA user devices and LTE infrastructure equipment in the upcoming 2017. In addition, Mr. Zhao also outlined the company’s technology roadmap calls for the company to develop solutions to serve the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) market. (Click here to watch the entire interview.)


This conference is targeted to solutions vendors and carriers as well as enterprise, utilities and other critical infrastructure, government and public safety professionals. It examines the network solutions, applications and opportunities for enterprises and governments to transition to secure, reliable networks for voice and data within an LTE framework. 


IWCE's Critical LTE Communications Forum offers keynotes, speakers and case studies from early pilot programs of public safety agencies implementing broadband wireless networks and services. Topics to be covered include: case studies from major cities including Chicago’s LTE project, transitioning from LMR to LTE, voice over LTE, software solutions and video and other emerging applications.