Reliance – Siemens To Offer Homeland Security Solutions Over 4G Network

Pan India Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) Spectrum winner Reliance – Infotel Broadband Ltd plans to offer fourth generation (4G) wireless networking services for safety, security and other advanced applications.

Reliance Security Solutions Limited, a subsidiary of Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) and Siemens Ltd. have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly develop Homeland Security Solutions for Safe, Secure and Smart Cities and Highways in India.

Reliance and Siemens will combine to leverage the launch Long Term Evolution (LTE) based 4G network (BWA) for the low latency and assured Quality of Service (QoS) required for video and security applications.

According to our sources, Reliance – Infotel plans to launch BWA Data service in approx 700 cities in the first phase of its BWA launch with data speeds from 50 Mbps to 100 Mbps. Presently RIL is finalizing vendors who would supply broadband equipment based on the so- long term evolution (LTE) technology so as to roll out wireless broadband services by the end of 2011.

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saurabh jain
October 1, 2011 1:40 am 1:40 AM

wimax is good tech but lte wins the war, it,s good , virtually all operator will follow lte soon, so it is obvious 4G Lte is our future for both data and Voice or voip. 3G with 2g mainly for voice and text i think with 2G and 3G virtually any kind of large scale voice and text service will be provided/lets hope for best bcz 2g spectrum is exhausted, only 3g can further support voice and text

September 20, 2011 9:43 pm 9:43 PM

i think in later days,3G will be main voice network replacing existing 2.5G..because from 3G data plan on every operator,a baby can tell that operators dont want 3g to be the principal data access network so ITS NOT MEANT FOR DATA ACCESS AT LEAST IN INDIA.

so next obvious qs-how we indians will access data very chaeply but in a super high speed?
Ans-LTE by rel and wimax by other players in GSM arena …and through REV B in CDMA theatre .

guys wait and watch…dont disrespect u r country..everything can happen,miracle can happen in our 1.2 billion’s home sweet home.

September 20, 2011 10:30 am 10:30 AM
Gavin Mathos : First all the Operators who Provide 3G Services in the Indian Telecom Circle should improve their 3G Services. Operators should porvide should provide better 3G Network Coverage. When it comes to 3G Tariff Plans for both Postpaid & Prepaid Subscribers, they should provide More Usage at Lower Tariff Rate or provide 3G Services in 2G Tariff Rate. Operators should imrppove its 3G Services, then only Operatrors should Lauch 4G Services or Wimax Services in India. i don’t think 3g has enough spectrum to provide good service. 4g is way to go . hope it will bring evolution… Read more »