Omnitronics passes Tait certification testing


Friday, 28 September, 2018


Omnitronics passes Tait certification testing

Omnitronics consoles have passed certification testing on the Tait Technology Partner Program.

After rigorous testing, it is now certified Tait TN9400 P25 CSSI Phase 1 and Phase 2, with full support for encryption.

For decades, mission-critical communications have benefited from Omnitronics’ capability to connect and unify radio systems comprising disparate equipment, protocols and communications methods.

“When we say interoperability, we mean interoperability. It’s not just a slogan we use, we put in the hard yards of research, development, engineering and testing to ensure our omniconnect technology does exactly that: Connect All,” said Omnitronics Research and Development Manager Paul Whitfield.

The organisation’s objective is to unify communications through intelligent systems that streamline processes, connect users and maximise productivity of mission-critical operations.

This Tait Technology Partner Program certification joins a long list of interoperability capabilities with further partner accreditations in the pipeline.

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