Canadian global cellular communications systems provider Siyata Mobile has received a US$400,000 purchase order to equip first responders in the North American market with its LTE Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (“PoC”) devices and accessories.
New Zealand-based communications solutions provider Tait Communications has sold a minority share in its global subsidiary Tait International to Japanese company JVCKENWOOD.
Motorola Solutions has launched its new cloud-based software application – WAVE Cloud – which it says delivers broadband-based push-to-talk (PTT) communications and seamlessly connects traditional radio networks with cellular networks.
In Australia almost 80% of smartphone data is consumed via Wi-Fi, while the remaining data is consumed over mobile cellular networks, according to a new mobility report from Ericsson.
Mobile data traffic equivalent to over 10 billion Blu-ray movies will be generated by smartphones, featurephones and tablets over the next four years, but the majority of the traffic won’t be carried over cellular networks.
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