Exacom has announced its recording strategy for Mission Critical Push-to-X (MCPTX) networks using LTE, which leverages some of the largest players in the public safety and communications sectors. It is designed to meet MCPTX customers where they are, no matter what their configuration may be.
When MCPTX Isn’t Recorded
Public-safety grade LTE networks are enabling agencies to share information more quickly, cost-effectively, and to scale operations as needed. Increasingly, public safety organizations are relying on cellular communications over LTE to replace or supplement existing communications. However, while vital to public safety operations, many of these communications don’t get recorded like traditional phone lines and radio talkgroups. MCPTX communications that get bridged into the LMR network can be recorded by the recorder covering that system, but this doesn’t happen in all cases. This makes examinations of incidents after-the-fact nearly impossible and opens agencies to unnecessary risk with gaps in their recording coverage.