Twisted Pair Solutions, a pioneer in unified communications software built to open standards, today announced that its WAVE software is a core component of VoiceInterop’s AudioMate360 family of IP gateways, including AM360a for audio devices, AM360i for iDEN networks and AM360r for land mobile radios (LMRs). The companies’ combined solution meets the growing demand from transportation, utility, government and other organizations for cost-effective, flexible, and easy-to-deploy interoperable communications solutions.
VoiceInterop’s affordable, end-to-end family of gateways – combined with WAVE software – deliver the powerful turnkey communications solutions businesses need to seamlessly unify similar or disparate radio and audio devices over an IP network. The WAVE-powered AudioMate360 solutions eliminate the high cost and significant management complexities of proprietary hardware solutions, thereby facilitating widespread market adoption.
“For too long, unified communications has been an un-met IT need among organizations that weren’t able to afford the market’s early, mostly proprietary hardware solutions,” said Larry Reid, CEO of VoiceInterop. “Working with Twisted Pair, we’re breaking down these adoption barriers by delivering an affordable solution that doesn’t sacrifice the rich functionality our customers require.”
WAVE, the industry’s only software-powered unified communications solution, leverages standard IP networks as the unifying medium to seamlessly connect disparate and incompatible communications systems, regardless of device, network or application. The AudioMate360 family of solutions delivers the end-to-end IP gateway support organizations need to leverage any combination of audio and radio devices, from analog tape players to LMRs. The companies’ combined solution reduces deployment costs and maximizes ROI by enabling businesses to leverage existing communications infrastructure.
Standards-based software is the best approach to getting a variety of traditionally disparate communications systems such as radios, analog and new IP phone systems, PCs, PDAs, and proprietary devices to all interoperate seamlessly. WAVE’s distinct software-based approach eliminates the burden of deploying additional, typically proprietary and costly hardware. WAVE is trusted by government agencies, public safety organizations and large commercial organizations worldwide.
“Gateways are an integral part of communications interoperability and it’s critical that our WAVE customers have choice and flexibility when customizing their solution,” said Tom Guthrie, President and CEO at Twisted Pair Solutions. “We’re pleased to be working with VoiceInterop, a company that shares our vision of bringing flexible unified communications solutions to the broadest possible market.”
VoiceInterop, Inc. is a service provider, application developer, systems integrator and OEM for Twisted Pair Solutions. Twisted Pair’s offerings enhance risk mitigation and operational efficiencies for homeland security, public safety, first responder and critical infrastructure agencies. VoiceInterop’s patent pending IP standards-based and software programmable series of cost-effective AudioMate360 IP gateways provide many distinct advantages over other interoperable communications technologies. VoiceInterop is headquartered in Boca Raton, FL USA.
About Twisted Pair Solutions, Inc.
Twisted Pair Solution’s award-winning WAVE software technology enables partners and customers to build and operate secure, highly scalable communications solutions in the world’s most demanding IT environments. Recognizing that the best approach to solving the complexities of communications interoperability is to use software to unify multiple, diverse communications technologies, WAVE is trusted when communications is absolutely indispensable. Twisted Pair Solutions is headquartered in Seattle, Washington USA with offices in New York, the UK and Australia.
NOTE: WAVE is a trademark of Twisted Pair Solutions, Inc. All other registered or unregistered trademarks are the sole property of their respective owners.