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AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk


About Our Collaboration

Scout console systems integration with AT&T's Enhanced Push-to-Talk (EPTT) service via direct IP interface. AT&T EPTT talk groups can be presented on the Scout user interface alongside traditional land mobile radio resources allowing the console operator to communicate with EPTT subscribers or include them in larger groups with LMR subscribers for interoperability.

Two-way radio dealers and solution providers can use AT&T EPTT to advance their service portfolios and maintain valuable, trusted relationships with their customers by offering the latest technologies and features on compatible devices.

“Our Scout dispatch console transforms how fast-moving companies communicate with their workforce,” says Michael Branning, president and CEO of Avtec. “AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk extends our solution and allows people to connect whether they’re using a smartphone, a radio or a landline. We’re giving companies a new way to enhance their processes with real-time communication.”

About AT&T Enhanced PTT

AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk is designed for our customers who prefer to carry just one device and also serves as a cost effective coverage augmentation option. Together with Scout, this solution allows for clear and reliable remote communications and LMR interoperability over 4G, 4G LTE, and Wi-Fi networks.

AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk features include:

  • Simultaneous voice and data. Users can access mobile applications at the same time they're talking over the PTT network
  • Contact lists and groups that scale to meet the needs of large organizations with many employees
  • Fast connection times
  • Business application integration including dispatching, field force automation, fleet management, GPS tracking, and more
  • Wide range of compatible devices, smartphones, specialty devices, and accessories
  • Interoperability with existing mobile radio systems, including Land Mobile Radio (LMR) and Private Mobile Radio (PMR)

Learn more about how business are using this technology by visiting the AT&T Business website.

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