|Trusty Connections in a Wireless World|
|Roberto Rocha (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Wed, 01 Nov 2006 14:16:49 -0600
Radio IP software's programs allow networks, satellites and devices to|
talk to one another seamlessly.
Wednesday, November 01, 2006
Montreal-based Radio IP Software Inc. wants to keep it this way.
As more companies and governments go mobile, they need a way to make
Radio IP is making its fortunes alleviating that pain.
"We don't make the end solution. We make the end solution work
In a modern city, there is a mishmash of wireless networks and an even
This allows critical services like police to be constantly connected,
"Let's say the police receive a 911 call," Bourre explained.
"The dispatcher punches in the information onto the computer and it's
This can spare the responders precious time checking the location of
Among their clients are the Surete du Quebec, the city of Laval, the
Oddly for the firm, they became better known in the U.S. than in their
"Worldwide, people recognize Montreal as being very strong in wireless
"But in the beginning, we were having trouble getting local people's
The privately-funded company posted revenues of $2.6 million last
While their clients have been mostly in the public safety and
The company calls its software and servers "connectionware," a
Middleware, he argues, is any computer that helps other computers
Copyright The Gazette (Montreal) 2006.
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