SHENZHEN, China--(ANTARA/BUSINESS WIRE)-- WGC-HSBC 2014 closed as a great success in Shanghai on November 9th, for which Hytera, the official radio supplier, provided almost 200 units of digital two-way radios and overall communication solution for scoring management, ruling, security and hospitality.

Behind the frequent refreshing leader-board of the fierce and tight 4-day tournament was a professional scoring management team from the European Tour. The team provides instant data to several relevant websites like WGC, HSBC Golf, PGA Tour and European Tour for their online broadcasting, which is a critical part of the overall operation and has substantial demand for real-time communication. “The radio on the course is vital for us to get the first-hand information from the tees,” said Paul White, Scoring Services Manager of European Tour. “Radiowise this week, it’s been very good quality supplied by Hytera…the reception has been very clear around the whole golf course, which can make our job easier. Without the clarity, we would be struggling to hear the correct information,” Paul added.

During the whole game period, Hytera DMR portable terminal PD688 with brilliant metal frame design can be seen everywhere around the course on the scorers, referees, marshals, IMG staff and PGA officials. “Among all our mindshare, the critical communication is one of the very important areas to guarantee successful operation. We are very glad to have Hytera here being our communication equipment partner and providing us very good quality products,” said Dai Hai Yan, Tournament Director of IMG Golf.

About Hytera

Founded in 1993 in Shenzhen, China, Hytera has become a key player in PMR (Professional Mobile Radio) communication industry with a large client base covering more than 80 countries and regions worldwide. Hytera values innovation and invests over 15% of its revenue each year in Research and Development. Hytera is actively involved in developing global PMR standards, and is one of the few radio communication providers that masters in all the three main stream digital standards, namely TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio), DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) and PDT (Professional Digital Trunking).

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