August and September were a busy couple of months at National Wireless. Our sales team attended two exciting events, we have Push to talk Over Cellular technology up and running and ready to demonstrate and a new team member joined us in our Adelaide office.
The future is here – Hytera’s Hytalk PoC solution is up and running in Australia
PoC technology has taken off following the rollout of the 4G network, offering what could be considered a convergence of two-way radio and mobile technologies. For improved productivity and efficiency many organisations are adopting Push-To-Talk over Cellular which provides instant communications with large coverage and national or international connectivity.
Are your radio licenses current? Each year the ACMA updates its licence and administration fees. These updates will occur on 5th April 2019. Annual licence fees have increased approximately 2% across the board.
National Wireless are upgrading our phone systems. Having recently switched over to the NBN, our phone system is transitioning to Voice Over Internet Protocol. With the NBN, VOIP has become the norm and indeed the majority of fixed phone lines will be switched off.
There may be outages to our phone system as we switch over. If you do encounter trouble getting us on the phone, please send an email to email@example.com and we will endeavour to return your call as quickly as possible.
Is your business struggling with site communications?
With the rise of smart phones and social media, phones have become a distraction rather than an asset. Employee safety and accountability are paramount to the success of a business and digital two way radio can improve safety, accountability and productivity.
Is your work environment marred by difficult light conditions?
Do you need to keep your eyes on the job at all times?
National Wireless can offer a solution, we refer to as “Blind Radios”, which enables you to use many modern radios without looking at the display, or at the knobs and buttons.
In late August National Wireless exhibited at AIMEX 2017 (Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition) at the Sydney Showgrounds. The event was a great opportunity to network with other suppliers to the mining industry and meet representatives from the mining industry and show them how two way radio is evolving to provide solutions to their unique needs.
We would like to thank Hytera and Sepura for their support with this event. We were thrilled to demonstrate exciting new Hytera and Sepura radio products on our stand.