Motorola announced its next generation Push-To-Talk over Cellular (PoC) solution, optimized for CDMA 1x networks equipped with EVDO Rev A data capability. It is expected to result in improved performance capabilities through CDMA 1x EVDO REV A including higher speed data rates, low call set-up time latency and quality of service (QoS).
While the service was earlier limited to walkie-talkie like capability and direct connectivity on push of a button, the upgrade will result in improved performance capabilities through CDMA 1x EVDO REV A, including higher speed data rates, low call set-up time latency and quality of service (QoS).
Distinguishing features include :
- Competitive call set-up time performance with other PoC and proprietary solutions,
- ‘Buddy list’ availability,
- An open ecosystem to support a wide variety of mobile devices from multiple manufacturers equipped with the PoC client
- Access to the Internet to enable ‘push-to-X’ features and services to complement basic PoC.
Apart from that, this next generation Push-To-Talk system allows some additional quality enterprise applications for business users, such as:
- Push-To-Productivity and encrypted, and
- PC-based dispatching, which will enable companies to enhance communication among employees, customers and suppliers.
via – Webwire
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