Connect your land-mobile radio network and telephone network by transforming two-way radio base stations into telephone extensions – complete with PBX dial-tone for Mobile Radio Access services. You will be able to reach radios using standard analog, POTS phone service or IP telephony using SIP. You’ll be able to access your radio system and emergency channels from anywhere, over any device. With dual connectivity over an IP network, you can benefit from resiliency, high availability and disaster recovery
Use our iCAS servers to link two-way radios, telephones and cellular devices in a single, interoperable “system of systems.” You’ll enable organizations and agencies to connect and communicate rapidly – focusing on the situation at hand, not the device in hand. Our scalable design can readily support seamless collaboration and link large, distributed groups and multiple technology types
Span the breadth of any Avaya Aura® network in order to centrally manage and administer Avaya Aura® IP telephones. You can distribute settings and firmware, establish failover and recovery rules and maintain rock-steady business continuity across your global network of Avaya Aura®Communication Manager sites for always-on connectivity. When issues crop up, your endpoints will seamlessly re-register from their primary call server to an Avaya Aura Communication Manager fail-over site.
The newest member of the ClassOne® iCAS radio-telephony platform, a cost-effective on-demand mobile productivity software optimized for one of the most versatile computing platforms, the Microsoft® Surface™ Pro. A perfect blend of technologies designed for maximum mobility, business communications and contact centers.
Dispatch, command and control field operations from anywhere in your network using our full-featured consoles. You can steadily manage inbound and outbound radio and telephone traffic. The ClassOne® console lets you link groups of resources, responders and voice-enabled devices for interoperability across various radios systems and channels.