Siyata’s Next Generation Push-to-Talk Over Cellular SD7 Device to be Launched Across T-Mobile IoT Data Network
Author : Radio China    Time : 2023-01-10    Source :

Siyata Mobile Inc. (NASDAQ:SYTA)(NASDAQ:SYTAW)(“Siyata” or the “Company”), a global vendor of Push-to-Talk over Cellular (“PoC”) devices and cellular signal booster systems, is pleased to announce that T-Mobile US, Inc. (“T-Mobile”), the second largest wireless carrier in the U.S. with more than 111.7 million customers1, will launch Siyata’s rugged SD7 device onto its Internet of Things (IoT) data network. T-Mobile is expected to begin selling the SD7 to its broad enterprise customer base beginning in the Company’s first quarter of 2023. The SD7 was developed to disrupt and replace the multi-billion-dollar Land Mobile Radio (LMR) industry.

“With the addition of T-Mobile, we are significantly expanding our addressable market and entering 2023 in a strong position with all major U.S. wireless carriers now offering SD7 as well as additional partnerships internationally,” said Marc Seelenfreund, Siyata CEO. “This relationship with T-Mobile strengthens our network compatibility and further expands our ability to reach first responders and enterprise personnel with a reliable PoC device that can operate extremely well in tough working environments.”

Seelenfreund continued, “The SD7 is the perfect upgrade from land mobile radio devices, which often have limited coverage, restricted functionality and high startup costs. The SD7 solves those problems, delivering a far superior solution to the multi-billion LMR industry.”

The SD7 brings communications into the 21st century and provides the Company’s first responder and enterprise clients a simple, easy-to-use rugged, Android-based, Push-To-Talk device with excellent sound quality that operates over the high-bandwidth 4G LTE network, providing consistent connectivity across the US. Its IP68 rating, resistance to water and dust, drop protection and robust battery make it well suited for use in harsh environments. Importantly, there is no need to invest in infrastructure such as radio towers or repeaters.

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