Sepura launches first mission critical LTE solution

SCU3 device has been designed for use in vehicles and fixed office locations

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Sepura has announced the launch of its first mission critical LTE solution, the SCU3 Broadband Vehicle Device.

As part of a launch event at this week’s Critical Communications World 2021 event in Madrid, the company revealed that the SCU3 device has been designed for use in vehicles and fixed office locations and supports Mission Critical Voice (MCPTT), video (MCVideo) and data (MCData) functions.

The device features an optional TETRA modem, enabling narrowband voice and data services, and is built on the Android operating system to pair with Sepura’s Mobile Device Management (SDM) solution.

Peter Hudson, Sepura’s chief technology officer, said: “Sepura has a proven history of providing mission critical devices to users around the world, in a variety of harsh environments. The SCU3 is the latest evolution of this; a fit for purpose mission critical device, designed for exactly the type of public safety use that Sepura has decades of experience in and now with the advantage of adding broadband data to our solutions.”

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