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Location: San Luis Obispo, CA

ESChat announces plans to support 3GPP mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) functionality in future versions of product.

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Location: San Luis Obispo, CA

ESChat announces plans to support 3GPP mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) functionality in future versions of product.

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Location: San Luis Obispo, CA

ESChat announces plans to support 3GPP mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT) functionality in future versions of product.

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Location: Brighton, CO

Will a Smartphone Replace your Radio? Ask 100 emergency responders who’ve been to a major event what their worst challenge was and every single one of them will surely tell you: communications.

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Location: San Luis Obispo, CA

Leveraging the ISSI and CSSI interfaces, Tait, Avtec and ESChat will be demonstrating the fully interoperable P25 network at IWCE 2016 in Las Vegas, NV.

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ESChat’s advanced LMR integration includes private, group and emergency calls between networks and will support integrated GPS location tracking. ESChat will be demonstrating interoperability to both P25 and DMR networks at IWCE 2016 in Las Vegas, NV.

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ESChat delivered mission-critical communications to meet heightened security measures at Super Bowl 50.

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Location: San Mateo, CA

Sonim and ESChat Equipped Federal Law Enforcement with Secure Push-to-Talk over LTE for Superbowl 50.

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Location: San Mateo, CA

Sonim, ESChat and Intrepid Networks Equipped LA-RICS with Ultra-rugged, FirstNet Ready Smartphones and Mission-Critical Applications at the 127th Tournament of Roses Parade.

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Location: San Luis Obispo, CA

Mission-critical push-to-talk (PTT) functionality likely will not be part of LTE equipment for some time, but Band 14 700 MHz spectrum licensed to FirstNet promises to provide the dedicated resources needed to make over-the-top applications like ESChat reliable enough for first-responder use today, according to Josh Lober, president of SLA Corp., which developed ESChat.

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ESChat operating on the State of New Mexico’s Band Class 14 network delivers mission-critical Push to Talk at New Mexico’s State Fair and Balloon Fiesta.

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ESChat facilitated Secure PTT communications in the Colorado mountains and offered important information and results for the future nationwide public-safety broadband network.

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To support public safety communications for the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Colorado, the Governor’s Office (OIT/ FirstNet Colorado) implemented a demonstration PS LTE broadband network using the FirstNet licensed 700 MHz spectrum with General Dynamics LTE technology. Users of the Public Safety LTE network included the Vail Police Department, Beaver Creek Sheriffs, Federal Law Enforcement agencies, FBI, National Guard, FEMA, and numerous local agencies and public safety support personnel.

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Tait Communications, a leading manufacturer of Land Mobile Radio (LMR) products leverages SLA's ESChat SDK as the cellular engine for UnifyVoice, Tait's integrated LMR and cellular communication platform.

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"In the world of Push-to-Talk over Cellular, ESChat stands out from the crowd." - Andy Seybold

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Enterprise Secure Chat (ESChat) Selected by North America's leading manufacturer of building products and materials to enable cellular Push to Talk communication for its fleet

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SLA's Enterprise Secure Chat (ESChat) will be used to provide secure Push to Talk communication at the 2015 World Alpine Ski Championships, February 2-15 in Vail and Beaver Creek, Colorado

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SLA Corporation is Awarded U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Contract for Enterprise Secure Chat

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