DecisionPoint is pleased to announce that Grapevine, their cloud-based Push-to-Talk software for Windows Mobile phones and Windows PCs has been certified on a variety of Intermec rugged devices. Although Intermec doesn’t have a formal certification process, Intermec’s Cedar Rapids software engineering group recently completed successful testing of DecisionPoint’s Grapevine Push-To-Talk solution on several of their most popular mobile computers including the CS40, CN3, CN50 and CN70.
Grapevine delivers Push-to-Talk capability over the Internet and across disparate carrier and Wi-Fi networks. It keeps workforces connected no matter how widely dispersed, enabling users to improve their communications while reducing costs. Grapevine Push-to-Talk is a cloud-based, worry-free Software as a Service (SaaS) product. There are no servers to set up and maintain, just improved communications. Grapevine is ideal for immediate communications between dispatch and field workers, is highly scalable and supports communication among up to 5,000 individuals and 100 participants at once in a group. Key features include high-quality voice with audio alerts plus a private and secure network with voice encryption and sub-second transmission.