Webinar sponsored by Dell Technologies.
Over 13,000 agencies are already on FirstNet, the nationwide communications platform built for and with first responders. Priority access on Band 14 - public safety’s VIP lane - has become even more critical in 2020 - AT&T sees first responders using 2x+ the data as commercial users and has responded to 450 events+ due to COVID and natural disasters so far. Ensuring connectivity is essential to first responder performance. Rugged PCs ensure access to FirstNet in the harshest environments, under the harshest conditions, and maintain the highest level of security and performance.
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Here’s what you’ll learn:
- How Dell Rugged PCs improve communications in all types of emergencies.
- How Dell leases and financing terms can support your budget requirements.
- MEET THE SPEAKERS
Patrick Seidensticker, Director of Rugged Mobility North America, Dell Technologies
Patrick has been with Dell Technologies for more than 16 years and has over 22 years in the IT industry including over 12 years in the rugged mobile device industry. His roles have ranged from product marketing, product development, sales and business development. He has launched and managed multiple generations of rugged mobile devices solutions. The scope of his current role at Dell Technologies has him meeting with a broad range of rugged device customers and partners across North America.
Christopher Ortiz, FirstNet Channel Manager, AT&T
Christopher is an expert in the Telecommunications field with 22 years of experience delivering cutting edge wireless solutions. He began his telecom career in the retail industry before moving into direct business sales with Nextel Communication in 2001 selling IDEN PTT and off- the-shelf mobile applications in the SLED segment across Texas & Oklahoma. Christopher currently serves as FirstNet Channel Manager providing strategic relationship and sales support with designated manufactures and IoT embedded partners enabling next generation technology for first responders.