Motorola has announced a new version of its Push-To-Talk technology which has been optimised for CDMA networks. The technology can act as an instant message system in that you press a button to contact a friend or colleague, like a walkie-talkie.
According to the company, "Motorola's end-to-end Push-To-Talk over Cellular solution provides walkie-talkie like capability to mobile devices equipped with special PoC client software, connecting people to those they communicate with most. With the push of a button on their PoC-enabled handsets, both enterprise and personal users can connect directly with individuals or groups and quickly share information. For business users, this next generation Push-To-Talk system paves the way for new enterprise applications such as Push-To-Productivity and encrypted, PC-based dispatching, which will enable companies to enhance communication among employees, customers and suppliers. "
Senior director, Push-To-Talk product management, Motorola, Mark Poulin, said, "Motorola's latest Push-To-Talk over Cellular release demonstrates our commitment to delivering innovative and relevant applications that enable service providers to offer both enterprises and consumers a truly competitive communications experience."
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