Cradlepoint - sponsor
Cradlepoint solutions unlock
the power of LTE and 5G
cellular networks, including public
safety networks such as ESN. This
enables emergency services to deliver mission-critical
connectivity that keeps frontline responders safe and
Whatever the need for mission-critical cellular
connectivity, Cradlepoint offers a tailored solution.
This includes cloud-managed software plans, as well
as wireless routers/adapters engineered to withstand
the daily rigors of emergency services frontline use.
Finland – sponsor
Critical Communications Finland
is an organisation comprising
the Finnish authorities alongside
Erillisverkot, as well as a number of the companies
working with them.
The organisation is keen to share its knowledge on
national, regional and local operations and incidents,
as well as how communications solutions are being
used and implemented.
Digia is a Finnish software and
service company helping its
customers renew themselves in
the networked world. It is a trusted
end-to-end development partner, with a long and
successful history of delivering mission-critical
solutions in public safety/multi-agency environments.
Its products and services support operations,
collaboration and secured communication. Its offering
covers all layers of digitalisation, including digital
services, operational systems, integration and API
solutions. It also covers cybersecurity and solutions
for data management and analytics.
Cumucore is leading R&D in 5G
networks in order to deliver a
and secure mobile packet core.
The company’s 4G and 5G software-based packet
core can be installed in a small footprint server, or
automatically scale up in the cloud environment.
Elisa is a pioneer in
telecommunications and digital
services. It serves approximately
2.8 million consumer, corporate and
public administration organisation customers. It has
over 6.3 million subscriptions in its extensive network.
Cooperation with Vodafone and Tele2, among others,
enables globally competitive services. The company’s
core markets are Finland and Estonia, and it also
provides digital services for international markets.
In 2019, its revenue was EUR 1.84 billion, with the
company employing 4,900 people. Its operations are
guided by continuous improvement.
The task of Erillisverkot Group
is to secure communication
and information services in
all circumstances in Finland. It
provides mission critical services to the organisations
responsible for the safety and functionality of society.
It also provides software services for situational
awareness, as well as services securing critical
infrastructure and communication. Erillisverkot is a
wholly state-owned, special-purpose company. The
Prime Minister’s Of ce is responsible for its ownership
steering. The company´s CEO is Timo Lehtimäki.
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