The Mauritius Police national security network covers the whole country and is used for faster response and improved coordination between different government departments. ZTE announced the project at the National Security World Summit in Mauritius on 20th July 2011. “After comparing several similar technologies of digital radio communication systems by a consultant, GoTa was finally selected due to its high level of security and privacy, fast response, high reliability, multi-service convergence, and fast deployment,” said Mr D. I. Rampersad, Commissioner of the Mauritius Police Force. “ZTE’s national security network solution will improve both the efficiency of our administration, and the reaction times and effectiveness of our police and related security departments.” Mr. Zhang Renjun, senior vice-president of ZTE, said: “In addition to providing good infrastructure, low environmental impact and pleasant living conditions, a modern city should also have an effective emergency response capability and systems to protect against and manage all kinds of natural calamity and public incident. ZTE’s national security solutions are now making that a reality.” ZTE’s national security solution integrates digital trunking, streaming media, video monitoring and location services. An emergency response and dispatch system has been set up for unified dispatching and fast decision-making. It offers a variety of essential services through a unified platform which greatly promotes efficiency and reduces communication costs. ZTE’s national security solution is currently being used in more than 40 countries and the subscriber base has exceeded one million.
Mauritian police have set up a national security network based on ZTE’s GoTa (Global open Trunking architecture) professional digital trunking and location-based services to provide dispatch and emergency services support.