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Wray Castle at Critical Communications World 2023

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TCCA Critical Communications World 2022

We're pleased to announce that Wray Castle will be exhibiting at and speaking at TCCA Critical Communications World 2023 in Helsinki (23-25 May 2023).

Meet us as Critical Communications World and learn about how our focused, practical and highly relevant courses enable emergency services professionals to maintain maximum awareness and understanding of the latest advanced telecom technologies, providing a solid basis for investment and operational decisions on the future of their critical communications networks.

As a training provider for The Critical Communications Association (TCCA) we are trusted by industry leaders to deliver effective learning and development for a range of professionals with individual or structured learning pathways.

Wray Castle Speaking @ CCW2023

As well as exhibiting at Critical Communications World, Andrew White (CEO, Wray Castle) will also be presenting at the following conference sessions.

Andrew White is Group Chief Executive Officer at Wray Castle Group Limited. Andrew has over 35 years’ experience in the global telecommunications sector, including with operators, vendors, consultants and internet pioneers.

Power resilience and energy sustainability

PANEL DISCUSSION: (Tuesday 23rd May 2:00pm - 2:45pm)

This discussion will explore the different aspects of sustainability, and increasing use of energy - and the technologies / techniques that are being introduced and developed to mitigate the impact on the environment, and ultimately on climate change. It will also examine the impacts of energy sustainability on the effectiveness of critical communications and the infrastructure. Learn more

Overcoming Organisational Challenges arising from the Technological Advances in Future Mission Critical Network Infrastructure

Wednesday 24th May (2:15pm - 2:30pm)

Critical Communications Networks around the globe are entering a phase of change, driven by the need to support similar functionality as that offered by commercial public radio networks. Unlike commercial public networks that have been through two entire technology refresh cycles, i.e. 3G and 4G, many public radio networks are still based on technology originally dating back to the 1990’s. The novel technical and organisational challenges which arise from this situation and some of the medium and long term potential solutions form the subject of this session. Learn more