France's SFR telco to offer Motorola MCPTT


By Jonathan Nally
Monday, 20 January, 2020


France's SFR telco to offer Motorola MCPTT

France’s second-largest telecommunications operator, SFR, has chosen Motorola Solutions to provide a 3GPP compliant, mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) solution.

The broadband service will be delivered through SFR’s nationwide LTE network, bringing with it a set of enhanced multimedia services such as push-to-video, push-to-text, geolocation and geofencing.

The mission-critical service offers integration options with LMR networks used by public safety and commercial organisations.

The SFR offering will include Motorola Solutions’ LTE LEX 11 devices.

SFR recently won the DIGIFIRST tender launched by SNCF, the French national railway service, to evolve its professional mobile radio system capabilities to have more advanced features and the ability to collaborate with broadband networks.

Image courtesy Motorola Solutions

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