Tait showcases new Unified Critical Communications solution at IWCE 2015
March 11, 2015 - Houston, USA
Tait Communications will showcase its innovative new Unified Critical Communications solution for public safety at the 2015 International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) in Las Vegas, March 16-20.
Tait will demonstrate its patented approach to bridging LMR and LTE networks at its booth (#823) in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Tait UnifyVoice provides office and field staff the ability to communicate via LMR networks and public or private cellular and Wi-Fi networks, to fill black spots, extend capacity and improve resiliency of critical communications.
"UnifyVoice provides organizations with more effective and efficient communications by integrating and providing the benefits of both Push-to-Talk over cellular and LMR to its staff to deliver seamless mobile communications," said Russell Watson, Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, Tait Communications. "Customers can be assured that their P25 LMR investment will continue to be relevant with future broadband networks like FirstNet."
Cornelia van Herel, Vice President of Marketing, Tait Americas, said: "Our clients' needs are continually evolving and, working closely with our market partners, we've strengthened our portfolio of solutions for critical industries and public safety.
"Our products are designed around open standards, providing flexibility now and in the future, and integrate with both our own offerings and those of other industry leaders. The solutions we will have on show at the exhibition include P25 Phase 1 and Phase 2 networks that can address conventional, trunked, simulcast operations and extend into broadband."
Tait partnered with SLA, a leading provider of PTT over Cellular, to power the client software for UnifyVoice using the ESChat SDK. Tait partners will also have exhibition booths at IWCE, including BEE Communications, Omnitronics, Panorama Antennas, MCM Technology, Exacom, Zetron, Avtec, Otto, Eventide, MiMOMax, Airbus, SLA – EsChat and Pyramid Communications.