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Press Release

Sonim, Softil collaborate to launch the most rugged range of LTE devices for mission-critical first responders.

The live demonstration will use the mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) servers of Softil and Sonim partner, Nemergent Solutions, which support all of the 3GPP Release 13 requirements as well as advanced functionality defined in 3GPP release 14, allowing group, configuration and identity management for the MC clients such as the one enabled by Softil’s BEEHD.

Press Releases

Expway Demos MC-PTT MC-Video at MWC 2018 GSMA Booth

Expway along with Nemergent and Bittium are the first three companies to successfully demonstrate a full 3GPP Rel13 standards compliant MC-PTT, Group Calls and MC-PTV over eMBMS (evolved Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Services).

Expway Demos MC-PTT MC-Video at MWC 2018 GSMA Booth

Softil, Nemergent Partner to Raise the Bar in Next Generation Mission Critical Communications

Live demonstrations of new best-of-breed end-to-end mission-critical communication solution throughout MWC18 and IWCE.

Azcom Mobile Edge Private LTE network integrates Nemergent MC-PTT


Mobile World Congress


A week to MWC2018, where Nemergent Solutions SL will be demonstrating the MCPTT solution with different partners.

Please contact any of us or to get first-hand demos or to arrange f2f meetings.  If interested, you can take a look at real standards-based MCPTT technology at different places:


– The GSMA Innovation City (Hall 4, Stands 4A30, 4A5 & 4A15) where our colleagues from Expway will showcase the eMBMS-enabled MCPTT service with Nemergent Solutions SL servers and Bittium eMBMS devices. 

Softil’s booth ( Hall 7, 5E61, Stand 15) where you will see Softil Innovative Communications‘s BEEHD MCPTT client operating with Nemergent Solutions SL servers, and over Sonim Technologies‘ UEs.

 – Azcom’s booth (Hall 7, Stand G21) where you will be able to see the Nemergent MCPTT solution integrated in AZCOM TECHNOLOGY S.R.L.’s netwok-in-a-box product.

Press Release

Expway, Nemergent and Bittium Successfully Demonstrate The World’s First eMBMS-capable MC-PTT Integration.

LTE Mission Critical pioneers achieved the first complete multi-vendor Mission Critical Push-To-Talk multicast integration.

Expway, the LTE Broadcast expert and leader, Bittium, the manufacturer of reliable and secure Bittium Tough Mobile, and innovative MC-PTT (Mission-Critical Push-To-Talk) provider Nemergent, today announced the successful demonstration of a 3GPP Rel13 compliant end-to-end multicast group calls with Mission Critical eMBMS (evolved Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Services) bearers.

Press Release at PRWeb

1st ETSI MCPTT Plugtest

Sophia Antipolis, France. 19-23 June 2017.

Official ETSI Plugtests Report (2017-07)

Nemergent participated in 23 pre-tests and 29 tests during the event with 17 different vendors.

These tests focused on the MCPTT Application Server (supporting split operation as Participating AS and Controlling AS) and MCPTT Client.

PSCR Stakeholders meeting 2017

San Antonio, Texas, US. June 12-14 2017.

Public Safety broadband communications and FirsNet.
Kick-Off for NIST/PSCR PSIAP projects.

Urgent Communications
Jose Oscar Fajardo and Bob Escalle discuss mission-critical-voice research projects in Atlantic City, Fairfax County.

Urgent Communications
Fidel Liberal explains how mission-critical open platform can bolster development of public-safety solutions.

Press Releases

ETELM And Nemergent Join Forces On Innovative MCPTT Solution For Critical Communications

ETELM was the first company to implement a MCPTT solution into a hybrid TETRA/LTE network, thanks to its partnership with Nemergent, a working group that specialises in the development of interoperable emergency communications solutions.

Pioneering mission-critical mobile services over LTE
By Frequentis, A1, Athonet, Nemergent

APCO 2017

Denver, CO, US. August 13-16 2017.

APCO International’s Annual Conference & Expo.

Analyst Angle: APCO 2017 conference takeaways

Urgent Communications
Joe Boucher (Mutualink) demonstrates PTT interoperability, including Nemergent MCPTT technology.