Test users have consistently reported superior application performance on HCLTE in general, and particular during times of heavy congestion on commercial networks
Harris County is negotiating an agreement for failover service so that users can “failover” onto a commercial carrier service when they leave the Harris County footprint and will provide this service through an integrated billing statement. Harris County will monitor usage and overage charges will be included on the monthly billing statement from the County.
Harris County is currently in the process of establishing pricing plans and will publish this information as soon as it becomes available. The mobile data service will be competitive with the pricing of existing commercial carrier plans.
This will be determined on a case-by-case basis. If your agency is interested in infrastructure-sharing, please contact Harris County Central Technology Services (CTS) staff to discuss.
Not at this time for two reasons:
Devices will be acquired directly from the manufacturer by each individual agency.
Mobile Coverage devices are limited to vehicle mounted antennas.
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