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1202, 2021

AINA Kepler – LTE Two-Way Radio Presented to Construction Industry Professionals in Command Alkon’s Embark Magazine

February 12th, 2021|News|

At AINA PTT we are proud to be partners with Command Alkon. Command Alkon provides specialized software and technology solutions across the heavy work supply chain. Within this industry, whether you are part of a big construction project or a heavy hauling operation, staying [...]

2001, 2021

Push-to-Talk over Cellular Radio (PoC) compared to regular phone calls.

January 20th, 2021|News|

What is a PoC radio? Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) is the method to use the mobile communication network for interaction similarly to two-way radio. The convenience of PoC with one-to-one call and one-to-many calls increases its popularity for group users and enterprises. PoC belongs [...]

1711, 2020

Remember when phones were Walkie Talkies?

November 17th, 2020|News|

Mr.Mobile asked this question to his one million followers in a YouTube video.“People use Nextel not to chat, play games or send SMSs to girlfriends, but to get things done.” Mr. Mobile a.k.a. Michael Fisher cites Nextel’s former VP of Marketing.Many people miss their Nextel experience, and some [...]

211, 2020

Use Your Phone for Your Apps and Kepler for Communication

November 2nd, 2020|News|

Smartphones apps increase safety & efficiency while reducing operational costs. For easy-to-use professional communications a phone isn’t always suitable. AINA Kepler is radio 2.0 – All-in-One Communicator is solving this issue. Many businesses use lone-worker-protection, work-flow, fleet management, and task managers to increase safety [...]

610, 2020

AINA Kepler Is an All-in-One Communicator That Just Works

October 6th, 2020|News|

AINA just recently described how Android 10 Broke Bluetooth - AINA stayed connected. This upgrade in the operating system caused interruption of service with some other Push-to-Talk makers and 3rd party accessories. Software updates are usually meant to improve performance. Unfortunately, sometimes when combining software [...]

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