Network operators targeting MCX ecosystem
With network operators’ relentless pursuit of new revenue generating services to launch on their networks, mission-critical communications on top of the cellular network has now become a compelling option; “don’t miss the boat” recommends MCX solutions enabler Softil
Bumicom adopts Softil’s tech to launch MCX recorders
Incident recording company Bumicom Telecommunications BVand mission-critical communications (MCX) enabler Softil today jointly announce that Softil’s BEEHD technology will be licensed by Bumicom to launch a new range of MCX recorders.
2021 was lift off year for the MCX revolution
Softil has released its annual review of the MCX industry in 2021 and highlights key developments that dominated the MCX year.
Test case conformance with MCX SDK client framework
Having a trusted MCX testing solution to verify compliance with standards is becoming crucial for device manufacturers. Adoption of broadband mission-critical communications solutions is increasing in the telecommunication market. Many mission-critical (MCX) solutions are already in use, and many others are in pre-deployment stages across global markets such as the US, Europe and Southeast Asia.
Softil appoints Business Development Director for Japan
Softil has announced the appointment of Akio Ogiso as Japan’s business development director. A graduate from the Science University of Tokyo, Ogiso has held several key management roles over the years with leading telecommunications companies.
BEEHD technology selected for interworking gateway
Catalyst Communications Technologies and Softil have jointly announce that Softil's BEEHD technology has been selected to build Catalyst's IntelliLink Interworking solutions as well as Dispatch Consoles for FirstNet and other standards-based MCX networks around the world.
Upgrading South Korea’s police communications systems
MCX communications enabler, Softil, has announced that Seoul-based communications provider Hanswell will use its BEEHD technology to build a 21st century mission-critical communications (MCC or MCX) system for Korea’s National Police Agency (NPA).
High quality of experience critical in MCC/MCX communications
Today’s public safety communications are entering a period of significant change. Where once the humble radio was the sole means of communicating in firefighting and police incidents, the smartphone is now the de facto choice of public servants enabling them to communicate better and work faster. By Anatoli Levine, Director of Standards and Products, Softil
Partnership to advance communications over LTE
Expway and Softil have jointly announced that they have integrated their technologies to bring to market the most advanced 3GPP standards-compliant mission-critical communications (MCC) voice, data and video solution. The MCC over LTE solution will have widespread applications in first responder networks such as those of police, fire and medical services.
Duo raise the bar in next-gen mission critical communications
IP communications enabler, Softil and Mission-Critical Push-To-Talk (MCPTT) server pioneer, Nemergent Solutions have jointly announced that they have combined their technologies and expertise to launch a best-of-breed end-to-end solution for next-gen Mission Critical Communications (MCC) over LTE and 5G.
New trends in the IP communications industry
IP communications enabler, Softil has released its first retrospective review of key developments of the industry in 2017 under its new entity as an independent, customer-centric company with a customer base of over 800 corporations worldwide.
Next-gen IP communications solutions extended
Provider of software building blocks for developers of IP communications products and solutions, Softil has announced a series of new enhancements to its toolkit (SDK) products.
BEEHD tech chosen for LTE-R communication terminals
Softil has announced that its award-winning BEEHD software development kit (SDK) has been selected by Hoimyung Corporation to build next generation 3GPP MCPTT standard compliant mission-critical push-to-talk communication terminals for use in South Korea’s new hi-speed railway link. The new rail link is due to enter service before the PyeongChang Winter Olympics 2018.
Boss buys out IP communications developer
A new era has been ushered it at Spirent's Developer Tool Business Unit in Tel Aviv (Formerly RADVISION Technology Business Unit) following a management buyout by Pierre Hagendorf, previously general manager of the business unit. The new name of the business is Softil and it begins with more than 800 corporate customers world-wide.