Enhanced Versatility for Mult-IP - Version 3.3 increases driver support, simplifies mobile device registration and improves license management

Version 3.3 increases driver support, simplifies mobile device registration and improves license management


November 7, 2011

 

​Radio IP Software is continuing to evolve its Mobile VPN solutions with advanced features and functionalities that overcome the performance, security and connectivity challenges associated with wireless networks.  Mult-IP version 3.3.0 offers a suite of new features specifically designed to enhance the mission-critical communications of public safety, utility and government organizations.

The industry’s only true network-agnostic mobile VPN solution, Mult-IP is a sophisticated MVPN that seamlessly roams between all IP and non-IP networks alike, easily supports both best-effort and time-sensitive multimedia services, and delivers advanced administrative functions including multi-agency support and unique application-steering capabilities while maintaining the highest level of end-to-end security available today.

Radio IP worked directly with its customers and partners on enhancing the flexibility and management of Mult-IP. The release of software version 3.3.0 delivers the advanced functionality demanded by today’s 21st century networks, including:

  • Calamp Dataradio G2 (MSC, BDLC) and Harris Opensky support
  • Optimized registration process accommodates low-speed networks such as HPD, Datatac, G3, etc.
  • Advanced license management ensures timely warnings of pending service expirations


Contact your Sales Representative today to learn more about these features.


How to buy
  • Mobile data has transitioned from the status of “nice to have” to the requirement of “need to have” in today’s complex world of policing. The Radio IP product and technical support offered by your staff members always helps to insure our officers are well facilitated with mobile computing connectivity, which positively impacts not only their safety, but also those that they serve and protect.

    Tim Trager, Deputy Division Chief - San Bernardino County
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