- Flexible, full-featured mission-critical communications platform for agencies of any size.
- Offers high availability and reliability.
- Provides economical path to more Harris VIDA® network technologies, including P25 Phase 2.
Agencies and municipalities in small geographic regions now can obtain a full-featured mission-critical communication system just as reliable, redundant, interoperable and flexible as those used in much larger areas.
The VIDA Premier network solution from Harris Corporation is the industry’s first “right sized,” fully scalable, full-featured communications platform for public safety and public service agencies. The new solution also provides an economical path to next-generation communication technologies, including Project 25 (P25) Phase 2, and the flexibility to easily add features and expand the system.
VIDA Premier includes options for high-availability and network redundancy to increase mission-critical communications reliability across multiple locations. The solution provides interoperability through the Harris VIDA network, and is the industry’s only fully integrated solution to provide unified interoperable communications for voice, data and applications across a range of technologies, from land mobile radio narrowband to Long-Term Evolution (LTE) broadband data networks.
The solution includes the VIDA Core Network Switching application, the full suite of network management and network provisioning applications, LAN/WAN networking equipment and optional equipment to connect to other networks. By offering a full set of mission-critical communication services, VIDA Premier provides excellent value for agencies that require public-safety-grade voice and data capabilities.
The Harris VIDA Premier solution is part of the tiered Harris VIDA network, a unified IP-based voice and data communication platform. VIDA is interoperable with other P25 systems, including Harris LTE solutions, P25 simulcast sites, P25 ISSI and P25 Voice and Data on Control. VIDA delivers full IP management features, including interoperability without intervention of console operators, IP consoles and other benefits inherent in open IP architecture systems.