With the 2025 deadline for Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) switch-off approaching, water utilities, emergency services, local authorities and others are being forced to consider alternative options for transmitting data.
There are multiple solutions on offer to replace PSTN and ISDN when the switch-off happens. But with thousands of sites across the country reliant on critical infrastructure, what solutions offer the resiliency to ensure data is transmitted regardless of location or access to traditional communications infrastructure?
Take a deep-dive into the impact the switch-off will have on various industries including emergency services.
How will a hybrid communications solution work in practice within emergency services or utilities?
Be aware of the milestones in the PSTN and ISDN switch-off timeline from now to 2025.
Suppliers into the fire and rescue service must be GD92 compliant - what hybrid solutions would suit this protocol?
Critical industries need resilient, reliable communications - is a hybrid solution the answer?