Following the successful launch of their cloud-based push-to-talk (PTT) service in the US last year, Kodiak Networks and
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Because this is a cloud service, operators will always be able to offer their customers the latest version of the PTT service -- without the need for costly network infrastructure modifications. This means that PTT is a future-proof solution that can be continually managed and updated in the cloud.
In particular, organizations with mobile workforces -- in sectors such as construction, hospitality, security, oil & gas, utilities, manufacturing, field services, education and transportation -- can benefit from the speed, cost-effectiveness and convenience of this PTT service.
This is a next-generation, instant calling solution with advanced features, centralized online address book management, and security -- all delivered over 4G LTE, 3G WCDMA/HSPA and Wi-Fi networks. With PTT, users can carry a single device to conveniently access instant voice service, broadband data, worker protection, workforce management and mobile productivity applications. Our PTT service uses patented voice-transmission technology that leads the industry in call set-up and voice quality.
The latest version of our PTT service offers features such as voice and signaling encryption, real-time presence, talker priority, a web-based Corporate Administration Tool (CAT), integrated Dispatch console and the ability to augment or replace Private Mobile Radio (PMR).
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Kodiak Networks is recognized and respected globally as a leading wireless innovator that develops integrated enterprise productivity applications for mobile operators. Today, Kodiak has the largest PTT network footprint in the world, with deployments across a number of carriers in
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