Softil, the world’s leading technology provider enabling developers across the globe to quickly launch new mission-critical communications (MCX) solutions, today jointly announces with mission-critical services provider Alea (a Company subject to direction and coordination by Leonardo S.p.A.) and digital radio solutions provider Sepura that new and advanced MCX solutions will be showcased at the upcoming Critical Communications World (CCW) Expo (Helsinki, May 23-25, 2023).
“The value of system and device interoperability of MCX solutions is consequent,” says Giuseppe Merlino, CEO of Alea. “At Alea, we see interoperability as essential to building a truly global mission-critical communications ecosystem enabled by Alea’s standards-compliant MCX server.”
Throughout the show, the stands of Softil (M92), Leonardo (L29) and Sepura (J41) will provide live demonstrations of MCX interoperable group communications involving Sepura’s ground breaking dual-mode TETRA and MCX broadband vehicle mounted device SCU3 powered by Softil’s BEEHD MCX enabling technology, Softil’s BEEHD MCX Client and SDK, and Alea’s MCX Client and Dispatch, all connected to Alea’s state-of-the-art cloud MCX server.
“We are happy and honored to work with such great companies like Alea and Sepura and show together the advantages of truly interoperable MCX solutions,” says Sagi Subocki, Softil’s VP Products & Marketing.“Such solutions once deployed allow first responders to excel in their tasks and ultimately help save more lives.”
In separate Softil news, the company also confirms that it’s BEEHD MCX SDK has been nominated a finalist of the ICCA 2023 Awards in the category “Best MCX Product or Solution of the Year.” The ICCAs are considered one of the most prestigious awards in the critical-communications sector and celebrate the best MCX products, services, innovation and achievements.