FirstNet-ready Private Broadband Networks for Emergency Management. Highly Reliable, Rapidly Deployable, Interoperable.
Reliable communications that are always accessible and available are critical to a fast and effective emergency response. The xMax system is the industry-leading wireless broadband network solution specifically engineered to deliver voice, video, and data communications in crisis environments.
xMax uses patented cognitive radio technologies and advanced interference mitigation techniques to provide clear, reliable voice, video and data communications where and when it is needed. xMax provides a vastly extended range over WiFi and stronger in-building coverage than cellular, allowing teams to keep in touch. In addition, xMax is a private network, meaning emergency personnel never have to compete for access or tolerate slow or broken connections. Unlike cellular systems, xMax is not shared with the general public, which ensures that mission-essential communications will maintain priority.
xG Technology is a FEMA-compliant vendor that is registered to fulfill bids and tender opportunities that agencies are seeking to have approved for funds disbursement.
- Highly reliable.
xMax was engineered from the ground up to perform in the most demanding crisis situations. It adds a superior level of survivability and redundancy that provide continuity of operations – an acute requirement in first responder communications. Essentially, xMax fills in the gaps in coverage and capabilities that are inherent in the design of traditional systems.
- Rapidly deployable as fixed, mobile, or expeditionary infrastructure.
xMax was designed from the ground up to serve as an expeditionary broadband network. It can be set up and operational in minutes by anyone with minimal technical skill. With a range of up to five miles, the network is dynamically scalable, self-organizing, and self healing, providing outstanding resiliency in unstable conditions and situations that would compromise commercial communications systems. It can be deployed as fixed infrastructure to cover a town, a county, or any size area. xMax also supports multiple backhaul connection options, including SATCOM, point-to-point wireless, microwave, and fiber optic connections.
For the ultimate in in deployment flexibility and immediate connectivity, xG also offers the xMax NOW package. xMax NOW includes everything needed to establish and maintain instant, wide-area mobile communications capabilities quickly and easily, and is pre-configured in a fully-integrated, highly transportable unit.
xMax creates an end-to-end, vendor-neutral IP transport layer that allows teams to connect using any commercially available smart phone, tablet, video camera, or unmanned sensor. The system interconnects easily with LTE, GSM, CDMA and P25 systems and can also serve as a complementary system to FirstNet, providing a crucial extra layer of voice and data reliability. This is especially important when local, state, national, and volunteer organizations converge on an incident scene, since everyone can use the device they already have to share critical information with everyone else.
- Secure, private communications.
The xMax network goes beyond “priority access” and delivers “private access,” meaning it is only accessible by emergency response teams. Unlike the public cellular network, there is no contention for airwaves on the part of first responders. There are also no commercially available radios sharing the system, so private communications remain private. xG’s patented, multi-layered interference mitigation technology makes xMax difficult to jam or hack. Using the Radio IP mobile VPN option, xMax provides military-grade encryption that supports HIPAA, FIPS140-2, and FBI CJIS Security Policy compliance.
xMax is available today and offers a very cost-effective alternative to both commercial and dedicated public safety communications infrastructures. Its all-IP design ensures built-in support for existing COTS devices, apps and services. This helps keep training, deployment and operational costs low over the life of the system.