DALLAS, Feb. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – In today’s fast-paced business world, every second counts. Communication must happen in a flash to keep an organization moving. And to help meet this need for speed, AT&T* is launching a charter program to trial a suite of enhanced push to talk (PTT) services that will take workgroup communications to the next level.
The enhanced PTT solution trial, powered by Kodiak Networks Inc. InstaPoC™ technology, will harness AT&T’s mobile broadband speeds, expansive wireless network coverage, broad portfolio of devices and the power of IP-based technology. That means faster and richer collaboration, lower cost of ownership and great potential for integration with mobile applications.
In addition, AT&T is working to integrate traditional private mobile radio (PMR) systems with this enhanced PTT service trial, and will demonstrate the functionality with Raytheon JPS at the 2012 International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE). AT&T and Raytheon expect that push to talk interoperability across different networks will extend coverage of existing PMR systems and facilitate better communications for field dispatch and operations, when many people from many different organizations need to reach each other quickly.
Charter Program Details
- Selected business customers in a range of industries – transportation, utilities, manufacturing and more – will get a first look at potential PTT services through AT&T’s charter program.
- Participants will use powerful, state of the art smartphones to test the technology.
- The charter program will provide AT&T and customers with a better understanding of the potential that the enhanced PTT service can offer.
- AT&T will work closely with customers participating in the program to measure results, and participants will have the opportunity to give feedback on their experiences.
For more information on the AT&T enhanced PTT charter program, visit http://www.corp.att.com/forms/ptts/.