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Zetron and Simoco Complete Successful Testing of Integrated P25 DFSI-based Solution
Successful testing of Zetron’s MAX Dispatch system utilizing the Project 25 (P25) Digital Fixed Station Interface (DFSI) with Simoco’s P25 conventional radio network confirms the ability of the two systems to work seamlessly together.
Zetron a leading provider of mission-critical communications solution worldwide, and Simoco, specialists in innovative radio systems and services, have completed successful joint testing of Zetron’s MAX Dispatch system utilising the Project 25 (P25) Digital Fixed Station Interface (DFSI) with Simoco’s P25 conventional network. The success of the testing confirms the ability of the MAX Dispatch console and Simoco’s network to integrate and perform seamlessly together.
“We are very pleased that our partnership with Simoco has yielded such positive results,” said Ranjan Bhagat, V.P. and General Manager of Zetron Australasia. “The effort illustrates the benefits that result when manufacturers develop solutions that adhere to open standards.”
Andy Grimmett, Head of Product Strategy for Simoco, added: “The success of this test further amplifies and supports Simoco’s long-term commitment to open standards and to creating a level playing field for critical-communication users.
MAX Dispatch is the second Zetron console system to utilise the DFSI with Simoco’s conventional network. Live demonstrations of Zetron’s Advanced Communications (AcomEVO) System utilising the DFSI with a Simoco conventional radio network were featured at the Project 25 Interest Group (PTIG) booth at the 2013 International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) in Las Vegas, NV.
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- Corporate News/9-1-1magazine.com (via Zetron, 5/24/14)