Enterprise workers get standard voice and messaging, plus push-button connection for instant, efficient, two-way communication
Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) Home & Networks Mobility today announced that Airtel Wireless Ltd. has launched “Push-to-Connect” service in the province of Alberta, Canada, using Motorola’s iDEN handsets and an iDEN Harmony wireless communication system. With Motorola’s iDEN cellular technology, users can make regular voice calls, share data and also have immediate contact for two-way conversations with the simple push of a button.
“This new Push-to-Connect service provides a great boost to productivity and efficiency in the workplace, especially for companies that need to stay in touch with their employees out in the field or on the go,” said Merle Isaacson, president, …