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The CritiComms service intends to fill the void left by the closure of iDEN platforms in the regions. CritiComms Inc. has a more secure and advanced network architecture.
FREMONT, CA: The company CritiComms, has introduced Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) service in the LATAM and Carribean regions. The CritiComms service intends to fill the void left by the closure of iDEN platforms in the regions. CritiComms Inc. has a more secure and advanced network architecture. PTT improves the intelligence and efficiency of work teams while also providing absolute flexibility because it operates on numerous wireless networks (and allows for the choice of operators and devices). CritiComms Inc.'s proof-of-concept solutions are not limited to any one operator or cellular technology.
Juan Luis Gutiérrez, CEO of CritiComms Inc., stated, "Broadband solutions for critical PTT communications are an excellent opportunity for enterprises, government entities, public security and other sectors, as the investments do not demand new networks, but are integrated into existing ones." The new company has already begun to deploy a service powered by ESChat technology. Gutiérrez, former VP of Nortel and Motorola, assumed responsibility for the Caribbean and Latin America to deploy the Advanced Push To Talk over Cellular (PoC) applications.
In North America, ESChat is an industry leader in advanced Push-to-Talk solutions, offering a carrier-agnostic and FirstNet Certified solution. FirstNet, which was created after September 11, 2001, to meet the demands of public safety agencies, has the potential to prioritize communications to these most critical sectors while also unifying all networks at the same time.
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