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Zetron's DCS-5020 Digital Console System Now Connects to iDEN Networks
Zetron, a leading provider of mission-critical communications systems, announced that the new release of its DCS-5020 Digital Console System is able to support communications on iDEN networks through Motorola i365 portable radios. This strengthens the DCS-5020's position as a leading console system that supports interoperable communications among different networks.
This improvement follows on the heels of other recent enhancements to the DCS-5020, including its support for Kenwood’s FleetSync® messaging and NEXEDGE® digital radio systems. As a result of these changes, the DCS-5020 is able to provide caller-ID aliasing and display, group and individual calls, emergency calls, and status messaging.
The DCS-5020 combines telephony with digital and analog radio control to meet the needs of small to medium-sized communications control rooms for customers in public safety, emergency services, transportation, utilities and private industry. It supports up to 30 definable ports, including up to 16 screen-based operator consoles. With its distributed architecture, the DCS-5020 eliminates the need for a central switch and provides the resilience and reliability mission-critical operations require.
“iDEN has a large installed base within our international markets,” said Zetron product manager Daniel Oliphant. “Incorporating iDEN into the DCS-5020 allows us to satisfy the needs of those customers and adds to the impressive list of radio-technology capabilities that the reliable and proven DCS-5020 is able to provide.”
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