AudioMate360i to act as the gateway between an iDEN network and a two-way radio network
VoiceInterop, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cleartronic, a provider of unified communication services, has announced another addition to its line of AudioMate IP gateways, the AudioMate360i, which was specifically designed to work with Motorola’s iDEN radios.
According to VoiceInterop, the AudioMate360i acts as the gateway between an iDEN network and a two-way radio network, such as those currently used by public safety, transportation, utilities, education, and other multi-billion dollar industries. With VoiceInterop technology the user can leverage existing assets to extend and improve communication capabilities without additional capital expenditures.
Larry Reid, CEO of VoiceInterop, said: True unified communications and interoperability require all communication devices to work together. Our family of AudioMate 360 devices are affordable, elegantly simple, remotely administratable, and easy to install. The worldwide market for unified communications is expected to grow from $25 billion in 2008 to more than $48 billion in 2012 and we expect to capture our fair share of that huge market.
VoiceInterop, headquartered in Boca Raton, is an application developer, systems integrator, and manufacturer of the patent-pending AudioMate 360 IP gateways. It provides applications that reduce risk and promote operational efficiencies for homeland security, public safety, first responders and business continuity.