Intracom and Xentia powering Police Department Connectivity in Poland

Intracom Telecom has announced it will supply the Warsaw Metropolitan Police (KSP Warsaw) with its OmniBAS platform.

The deployment will be via a partnership with Xentia, a Polish wholesale distributor of voice, data and broadband wireless solutions for surveillance systems. The Warsaw Metropolitan Police selected the Intracom’s OmniBAS solution after a thorough testing on a live network in Warsaw in order to implement connectivity services for video (CCTV traffic monitoring), backhauling of DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) and Tetra services, and data transmission throughout the city.

More specifically, Xentia will supply KSP Warsaw with Intracom’s wireless products for the implementation of the OST-112 network expansion and modernisation. This project is part of the nationwide project called OST-112, which is dedicated to emergency call and data transmission between the police and the fire brigade.

Intracom’s OmniBAS systems can be connected with compact high-performance outdoor units  and all-outdoor radios based on the company’s unique OSDR platform, an offering that provides market-leading modulation up to 4096-QAM for high throughput radio communications. KSP Warsaw is taking advantage of the system's capabilities to further improve communication and data transfer between policemen and firemen countrywide.

Xentia has won the respective public tenders for the project expansions throughout Poland. In all regions, Intracom Telecom’s advanced and feature rich network management system, uniMS, will be installed. The projects are expected to be completed by the end of 2017.

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