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C4i Updates SwitchPlusIP Communications System

July 18, 2011  | 

C4i announced the release of the ninth update for its SwitchPlusIP interoperable communications system, according to the company.

C4i's ninth update of SwitchPlusIP introduces the P25 interface for Command Center LT and Mobile-Dismount platforms. The new interface allows mobile users to access multiple P25 radio networks without connectivity to a base station such as radio-to-radio or console-to-radio communication.

The company has also included a Radio Interface Unit Processor Upgrade that provides increased performance for Command Center LT and Mobile-Dismount applications. This provides users faster access to the database for configuration and quicker response time. Users will also be able to perform remote software upgrades and automatically receive system updates. This feature added because of the increased number of recent projects encompassing a distributed systems design.

SwitchPlusIP continues to support network redundancy at every end point. Network redundancy assures no loss of service within the IP network infrastructure due to a single point of failure.

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