Telus is partnering with BlackBerry to offer emergency administration and disaster communications to Canadian organizations.
“Telus will resell BlackBerry AtHoc with Telus’ world-class connectivity so Canadian organizations have entry to the emergency preparedness instruments they should preserve their residents and workers secure,” the businesses outlined in a press release.
The 2 have additionally introduced that their first buyer is the Edmonton Police Service. Telus notes that it’ll additionally resell BlackBerry AtHoc to authorities companies throughout British Columbia.
“Collectively, we’ll assist preserve Canadians secure, ready and knowledgeable throughout occasions, disasters and emergencies,” mentioned BlackBerry CEO John Chen, in a press launch.
BlackBerry notes that AtHoc provides organizations the data they should make important security choices in real-time to guard lives, property and operations.
“This partnership builds upon our sturdy historical past of working with BlackBerry to carry best-in-class and safe mobility options to Canadians,” mentioned Telus CEO Darren Entwistle, within the press launch.