The differences between public and private LTE networks are game-changing for the utilities sector. In an article for the Critical Communications Review, MCP's Darek Wieczorek explains why the industry needs to explore the benefits of private LTE networks for communications. Read it here.
STATE COLLEGE, PA (January 7, 2020) — Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading public safety consulting and information technology (IT) support services firm, today announced the completion of its acquisition of Black & Veatch’s Public Safety (BVPS) consulting division. With BVPS—a unit of Black & Veatch’s Connected Communities business—MCP strengthens its capabilities to design and deploy reliable, advanced radio and wireless broadband systems targeting the public safety sector.
MCP's Chief Operating Officer, Darrin Reilly, was recently featured in a Hexagon Radio's podcast discussing the transformation taking place in mission-critical communities. Forcing that transformation is the increase multimedia data flows that can play a role helping to improve emergency response outcomes. Emergency Services Internet Protocol Networks (ESInets), are providing public safety agencies with a medium to send and receive data-rich multimedia, including images, text, video and data from other sensors.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (May 28, 2019)—The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has selected Mission Critical Partners (MCP) to help finalize the design for a Project 25 (P25)-compliant, statewide, digital radio network that will maximize coverage and capacity for emergency response efforts.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (June 22, 2017)— Mission Critical Partners (MCP) announced today its June continuing education session topic, “Radio Interoperability and the Role of FirstNet.” Details on the June event are listed below. Register early – space is limited.