Siemens Announces PTT Plans
Dec 17, 2003, 11:55 AM by (staff)
Siemens yesterday announced an agressive push into Push-To-Talk (PTT) technology. The company is planning to offer both handsets and infrastructure products to support the walkie-talkie feature. By 2005, "virtually all" new middle-class Siemens phones will have the feature. More than ten carriers on three continents will be testing Siemens' PTT solution during the first half of next year, and are planning commercial launch in mid-2004.
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