Cleartronics, Inc., based in Boca Raton, FL, announced today that their wholly owned subsidiary, VoiceInterop, Inc., has successfully completed phase I of a systems contract with Uraguayan State-owned power utility Adminstrción Nacional de Usinas y Trasmisiones Eléctricias (UTE). This phase was completed by VoiceInterop in partnership with Teledata Uruguay. UTE provides electricity to a third of the population of Uruguay.
The first phase of the contract is the initial step in providing UTE with secure, real-time communications between the operations staff and power grid line crews. The system utilizes VoiceInterop’s UC software technology and AM360 radio gateways. This phase consisted on integrating 15 land-mobile radio networks in one of UTE’s network operating centers as upgrades to the UTE communications systems.
Larry Reid, President and CEO of VoiceInterop, was quoted as saying: “Working with our partner, Teledata Uruguay, our UC solution will completely revitalize UTE’s existing communications infrastructure.”
Cleartronic, Inc. designs, builds, and installs unified group communication solutions. It offers hardware and software for public and private enterprises and markets those services and products under the VoiceInterop name. The company also resells WAVE software, which enables and manages real-time group communications over the IP network linking people and devices. In addition, it develops a line of Internet protocol gateway devices, such as AudioMate360, that provides an Internet protocol gateway to users of unified group communications; and is developing an application service provider hosted solution for voice interoperability for enterprise level customers.