Bittium introduces Tough VoIP Service
Bittium has introduced a new Tough VoIP Service software product that allows both wireless tactical data network and fixed data network users to be connected to the same voice service network.
The voice service network consists of equal VoIP servers that are configured automatically and form both the network and the connections between the users automatically. This creates a distributed service that has survivability, adapts quickly to the changes in the network structure, and enables user mobility within the network without the need to change the configuration.
The service enables calls between the users just like in any other telephone network regardless of where and how the users have been connected to the network. It is compatible with Bittium Tough VoIP products and Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) system, as well as with commercial Session Initiation Protocol servers.
Harri Romppainen, vice president, defence, Bittium, said: ‘Bittium Tough VoIP Service is a natural extension to our product portfolio and connects our TAC WIN network solution with our Tough VoIP phone products in our product offering for tactical communications. Bittium Tough VoIP Service seamlessly integrates the tactical network and its voice services for commanding mobile and distributed troops even in the most challenging conditions.’
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