Mexico’s Querétaro state selects Airbus's MXLINK

By Jonathan Nally
Friday, 02 August, 2019

Mexico’s Querétaro state selects Airbus's MXLINK

Airbus’s Mexico-based MVNO, MXLINK, has been chose to provide the Government of the State of Querétaro with a secure mobile broadband communications platform.

MXLINK services will be integrated into the multimedia tablets used by the State and its municipalities to securely and confidentially capture information directly at crime scenes.

In addition, Airbus’s Tactilon Agnet solution will be used to provide secure mobile communications for search and surveillance missions and encrypted communications for command authorities.

The Agnet solution will be integrated with Mexico’s Tetrapol IP Radio Network which, with more than 100,000 terminals in operation, covers 50% of the country and 85% of its population.

You can read more about MXLINK in our interview with Airbus’s Fred Gallart.

Image courtesy Airbus.

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