ZTE Debuts Cloud-Based U-Safety Government Security Solution

ZTE, a global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, has unveiled the world’s first cloud-based U-Safety government security solution specifically designed for secure digital government applications, at ITU Telecom World in Geneva, Switzerland.

The core system is a combination of ZTE’s Coalition Emergency Response System (CERS) and Global open Trunking architecture (GoTa).

ZTE’s U-Safety solutions provide end-to-end security services for governments, including trunking calls, video monitoring, video conferencing and other integrated services. The solutions also deliver high-speed data transmission, positioning, command and control, emergency response and intelligent data analysis. They are designed to help governments prevent and promptly respond to a variety of disasters and emergencies.

CERS is an integrated platform of multiple applications and peripheral systems that provides alarm accepting and handling, computer-aided dispatching, information convergence and service and communication application integration. It can also function as a carrier for interaction between subscribers. In addition, CERS integrates a Global Positioning System (GPS) location component, a Geographic Information System (GIS) map, a call center and ZTE’s information management system, Intelligent Transportation.

GoTa was the world’s first CDMA-based digital trunking solution. It has outstanding advantages over other solutions. For example, quick decision making – ensuring communications safety, integrated services and high-speed data transmission capacity.

“National security is always an important concern for governments,” said ZTE Senior Vice President Mr. Zhang Renjun. “With ZTE’s solutions, governments will be able to improve their performance and increase public satisfaction, while also maintaining stability and promoting economic and cultural development.”

“ZTE provides end-to-end solutions for governments and enterprises based on a thorough understanding of national and social development issues,” added Mr. Renjun. “The company sees digital government as a massive growth area that will help drive its international business for years to come.”

ZTE is a leading provider of security solutions and has deployed U-Safety technology in more than 40 countries, including China, Ghana, Mauritius, Sierra Leone and Senegal. These networks provide expedient, high-quality project delivery and improved security to these nations.