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Harris Corporation's BeOn First to Offer P25 Voice Over 3G Cellular and LTE Networks

Date: 2011-08-20
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Harris Corporation, an international communications and information technology company, has announced that its BeOn™ has become the industry's first solution to enable public safety subscribers on a cellular or public safety LTE network to talk to each other, exchange text messages and pass real-time location information to connected team members and the dispatcher's computer-assisted dispatch (CAD) system.

The BeOn software application delivers Push-To-Talk (PTT) voice over 3G cellular and commercial and public safety LTE networks — providing users with the integrated P25 (Project 25) feature set, including voice, text messaging and location services, making it the ideal solution for a variety of public safety communication users.

"Since we first introduced BeOn, we recognized that public safety users could greatly benefit from the types of capabilities it offered," said Steve Marschilok, president, Harris Public Safety and Professional Communications. "We extended the solution's capabilities to deliver P25 features and functionality to public safety users. Whether on 3G commercial cellular or public safety LMR networks, first responders now have the interoperable voice solution they need to reliably communicate."

With BeOn, voice communication services are delivered to first responders as voice-over-IP (Internet Protocol) data packets using wireless broadband IP data services. Because BeOn brings a traditional LMR functionality to a software-based network data service, BeOn can run across a variety of IP-based broadband networks, including commercial and public safety LTE networks.

Harris' BeOn solution is built on the Harris VIDA network, currently deployed by public safety, public services and large private sector entities. VIDA, a unified IP-based voice and data communication system based on APCO P25 industry standards, enables high-performance PTT over commercial wireless networks, as well as seamless interoperability with legacy and future LMR systems. VIDA delivers full IP management features, including interoperability without intervention of console operators, IP consoles and other benefits inherent in open IP architecture systems.

Additional information about Harris Corporation is available at www.harris.com.

- Product Profiles /9-1-1magazine.com (via Harris, 8/8/11)

 

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