Bumicom adopts Softil tech for MCX recorders

Softil
Wednesday, 20 April, 2022

Bumicom adopts Softil tech for MCX recorders

Incident recording company Bumicom Telecommunications BV has announced that Softil’s BEEHD technology will be licensed by Bumicom to launch a new range of MCX recorders.

Netherlands-based Bumicom provides solutions for the recording, evaluation and analysis of communications. The solutions are used by more than 600 public safety organisations, traffic control centres, financial institutions and contact centres.

Bumicom’s FlexREC recording platform for MCPTT and video recording has been built to conform to the SIP and SIPREC standard. While popular in unified communications, SIP and SIPREC can only partially record MCX communications. The Softil recorders will be interoperable with all MCX systems and networks in global markets and will be able to use the standard MCX interface to record all mission-critical communications including voice, video and data, as well as associated metadata.

Bumicom’s new MCX-enabled FlexREC recording platform will offer its customers vital mission-critical information to better reconstruct data surrounding incidents and share that data with responding groups.

Softil’s BEEHD is a 3GPP MCX release 16 standard-compliant, cross-platform framework designed for developers and manufacturers of handheld and ruggedised devices, MCX/LMR gateways, dispatch consoles, recording solutions and train/metro communication equipment. BEEHD technology is also designed for system integrators, MCX application developers and service providers looking to accelerate the development of IP-based mission-critical voice and video over LTE and 5G solutions for first responders, utilities, mining, transportation and more.

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