Motorola Solutions has introduced what it is calling a “feature-rich, next-generation” iteration to its MOTOTRBO trunking line, called Capacity Max.
“Capacity Max provides an important evolution to our innovative MOTOTRBO digital two-way radio solutions to deliver enhanced capability and expanded capacity,” said Michael O’Connor, vice president, radio channel sales, Asia Pacific and Middle East.
“The rich feature set and increased resilience equip our customers with dependable, secure mobile communications.”
Capacity Max is scalable from small, single-site systems to large, complex projects that demand greater capacity (up to 15 sites to a maximum of 3000 users per site) and higher levels of performance from voice and data-intensive communications deployments.
The system architecture utilises a standard IP network with a centralised server. Multiple levels of fault tolerance ensure that there is no single point of failure and the system is extremely secure, with optional Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption.
To get some more information about Capacity Max, Critical Comms spoke with O’Connor and Martin Chappell (GM, radio products and accessories, Australia, NZ and Pacific Islands) on the sidelines of the Comms Connect event in Melbourne and began by asking about the upgrade path from Tier II to Tier III.
“A lot of the radios deployed in the market now are upgradable to Tier III — specifically our 4000-series MOTOTRBO radios are all fully upgradable,” said Chappell.
January 14, 2016 6:59 am
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