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Euralarm presents White Paper on Next Generation Networks

27 June 2019
Recently Euralarm presented a White Paper on the topic of Next Generation Networks for alarm communications. The paper is intended for fire safety, security and services professionals during the transition from analogue to digital alarm transmission solutions. Recently Euralarm presented a White Paper on the topic of Next Generation Networks for alarm communications. The paper is intended for fire safety, security and services professionals during the transition from analogue to digital alarm transmission solutions. Euralarm

Zug, Switzerland, June 2019 – During the recent meeting of the Euralarm Security Section a White Paper was presented on the topic of Next Generation Networks. The paper is intended for fire safety, security and services professionals during the transition from analogue to digital alarm transmission solutions.

Standard Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) services are progressively being replaced by high speed networks across Europe with a Voice over IP backbone. Telecom operators, regulators and government agencies have developed a plan in each European country to organize the migrations. The period between 2025 to 2030 appears to be the predicted time frame to complete the migration toward New Generation Networks (NGN).

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