Burnsville, MN (June 2019) – Southern Linc, a subsidiary of Southern Company, recently completed the replacement of their 2G iDEN (Integrated Digital Enhanced Network) with a new mission-critical 4G LTE Advanced network known as CriticalLinc. To facilitate the transition to the new network, Telex upgraded existing C-Soft dispatch consoles for Southern Company electric utilities and government agencies that use PTT (push-to-talk) communications to dispatch field forces.Southern Linc Engineering Operations Manager Tom Bedics and his team worked directly with Telex, wireless handset manufacturer Sonim Technologies, Inc. and Hurricane Electronics, Inc., Southern Company’s Telex console...
Implements the P25 CSSI TIA-102 BAGA standard to support wireline interfacing (direct IP) between C-Soft and P25 trunking repeatersSupports FIPS 140-2 encryptionSupports third-party API (application programming interface)
Burnsville, MN (January 2018): Telex is pleased to announce the next generation of its flagship C-Soft dispatch control software.
Classic Air Medical provides emergency transport of patients via 12 flight bases throughout the Intermountain West region of the USATelex C-Soft consoles bridge VHF and 800 MHz radios to incoming cellular, satellite, VoIP and conventional calls at the flight centerPeak Mobile Communication integrated Telex radio dispatch for seamless communication with aircraft, first responders and medical facilitiesBurnsville, MN (December 2018): In the rugged, sparsely populated Intermountain West region, emergency medical transport is an everyday need.
Telex provides reliable communications to help guide marine traffic in and out of the 52-mile Houston Ship ChannelC-Soft dispatch software provides monitoring and control of multiple radio towers via Telex IP-224 IP radio gatewaysThe Houston Pilots consult with D&G Communications to ensure reliable radio contact between cargo and petrochemical vessels and dispatchers
Burnsville, MN (April 2018): Despite being landlocked, the Port of Houston is one of the busiest harbors in America, constantly moving huge numbers of massive cargo freighters via the 52-mile Houston Ship Channel.