Tait and Omnitronics, a world-leader in mission-critical dispatch and radio management systems, have partnered to develop a gateway interface based on the Applications Interface Specification (AIS) standard defined by the
"Our partnership with other open-standards solutions providers such as Omnitronics means that organizations can reap the benefits of greater choice and flexibility when implementing a digital communications solution from Tait," says
Tait has demonstrated its commitment to providing clients with choice and flexibility by establishing a formal partner program, changing the way the organization works with partners.
"We now have a team of dedicated individuals with the skills and expertise necessary to work more effectively with our partners. We're working together more closely than ever before so that our clients can realize the benefits of multi-vendor solutions based on DMR open standards,"
"This is the culmination of months of joint development and testing between Omnitronics and Tait engineers. The new interface is also available on the DX-Altus Radio Management System. Both dispatch products will enable customers to take full advantage of the functionality and features of the Tait DMR network,"
Tait Communications DMR solutions allow organizations to minimize costs and increase return on investment, while operating a highly resilient consolidated voice-and-data network. Tait is committed to open standards and its DMR solution is no exception designed to be fully compliant with the Digital Mobile Radio standards defined by the
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