By Doug Clark
Siyata Mobile Inc., a global leader in providing Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) handsets and accessories, is making a significant impact in the mission critical communication industry with their cost-effective Siyata Mobile Hero Series Cellular Boosters, which are compatible with the FirstNet network.
Everyone knows about the challenges to get good cellular coverage inside buildings. Cellular signals often struggle getting beyond thick walls, into basements and into other areas within a building. Cellular boosters amplify the cellular signal inside buildings by bringing the outdoor signal indoors, and allowing improved call quality, faster internet browsing and smoother data streaming.
Buildings that are used regularly or even occasionally by first responders require reliable cellular signal inside to ensure that first responders can count on their mission critical communications during times of emergencies. When cellular signal inside a building is weak, Siyata Mobile Hero Series Cellular Boosters can be deployed cost-effectively to improve the FirstNet cellular signal inside the building, which increases the reliability of mission critical communications during emergencies. Siyata is not the only player offering solutions to enhance cellular signal for the FirstNet network. Several companies offer Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) solutions that enhance cellular signal, but these are much more expensive than cellular boosters.
The Siyata Mobile Hero Series is composed of three key models. The Siyata Hero U70FN model is designed to improve cellular signal for all FirstNet devices inside large buildings of up to 20,000 square feet. The Siyata Hero UM50FN model is designed to improve cellular signal for all FirstNet devices inside smaller buildings. The Siyata Hero UM2MFN model is designed to improve cellular signal for any single FirstNet Internet of Things IoT device. All Siyata Mobile Hero Series models are easy to install, and have no recurring monthly costs. When customers need to increase the cellular signal inside buildings or homes from other wireless networks such as from AT&T’s commercial network, Siyata offers a separate full line of cellular boosters for those requirements, too.
The company recently received a noteworthy order from the U.S. federal government, demonstrating the undeniable relevance and demand for Siyata Mobile Hero Series Cellular Boosters from FirstNet organizations.
Marc Seelenfreund, CEO of Siyata, said, “Our Siyata Mobile Hero Series Cellular Boosters increase the cellular signal for any cellular devices, regardless of whether the cellular devices are supplied by Siyata or another supplier. The boosters are compatible with FirstNet, the only wireless network built with and for first responders and those who support them making this a smart solution for FirstNet organizations that require consistent cellular connection inside the buildings where they operate to support mission critical communications. The U.S. federal government represents a large opportunity for us to increase sales and deepen our market penetration. We are encouraged by the possibilities that this initial order represents.”
FirstNet organizations, such as emergency services and first responders, operate in high-pressure environments where every second counts. Reliable and constant mission critical communication is crucial for their swift responses and effective decision-making. Siyata Mobile Hero Series Cellular Boosters have proven to be an invaluable asset to these organizations as they ensure consistent cellular connections, even in areas with weak or spotty signals. By amplifying the cellular signal for any cellular device, regardless of the supplier, Siyata is helping to bridge the connectivity gaps experienced by first responders on the frontlines. With Siyata Mobile Hero Series Cellular Boosters, the company is truly revolutionizing the way first responders communicate, empowering them with the mission critical connectivity they need to save lives and protect communities.