Motorola Solutions’ broadband push-to-talk offering—driven by Kodiak technology acquired in 2017—meets most of the 3GPP standard for mission-critical push to talk (MCPTT), but the lack of available proximity services (ProSe) chipsets remains the biggest hurdle to being fully MCPTT-compliant, according to company official.
SOURCE: Urgent Communications
DATE: April 11, 2019
AT&T recently announced the availability its upgraded Enhanced Push to Talk (EPTT) offering, which was recently showcased during the Winter Institute in College Station, Texas. Powering that service is Kodiak Release 9.0, which includes MCPTT features like emergency calling, remote monitoring and ambient discreet listening, according to Michael Doerk, senior manager for product marketing at Motorola Solutions.