Sunday, December 4, 2005

Cingular Wireless Deploys Kodiak for PTT

Cingular Wireless has deployed Kodiak Networks' Real-Time Exchange (RTX) System to power new voice services, including Push to Talk (PTT). The Kodiak RTX supports various capabilities included in Cingular's initial service launch, including:

  • Mobile user availability -- displays the current availability of friends, family, co-workers, customers and suppliers to receive a wireless call. Availability includes "available", "silent mode", "do not disturb", and "offline" states.


  • Voice Messaging - allows instant voice messaging from Kodiak-enabled phones to contacts/groups with any wireless or landline phone - without waiting to leave a message or ringing the other person's phone.


  • Call Me Alerts - allows individuals to send onscreen call alerts to users who are away from their phone or have their phone turned off.


  • Quick Groups - Allows users to quickly create groups on their handset by simply selecting contact names and then initiating a group call.


  • Handset-Based Contact Management - Customers can manage their contact lists directly on their handset contacts or via a web interface. Contact information is automatically stored on the carrier network and can be instantly retrieved in the case of a lost or stolen phone.


Kodiak said its handset software and thin client is available on handsets produced by Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, LG, Kyocera, Sagem, TCL Alcatel and PalmOne.
http://www.kodiaknetworks.com
  • Cingular Wireless is the tenth wireless operator worldwide to deploy the Kodiak RTX System.

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