Dmr | Lte | 2021-05-18

Caltta Welcomes Visitors to Newly Launched Virtual Showroom

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor

Caltta Technologies, a leading provider of integrated professional communication solutions, has recently launched its virtual showroom to offer enriched tour experience with virtual reality (VR) and multimedia content.

The virtual showroom is designed to introduce Caltta and its versatile professional communications technologies and industry solutions to global visitors.

The VR showroom (www.caltta.com/en/showroom) is based on Caltta’s physical showroom in its Shenzhen location. Covering the floor size of 260 square meters, the showroom comprises 4 major sections, including corporate introduction, product portfolio, industry solutions, and convergent communications technologies. “The showroom has been an important venue for our guests to have a complete understanding of Caltta, our portfolios and abilities. Since the beginning of the year, we have the honor of receiving many domestic visitors,” said Leo Li, Director of Overseas of Caltta. “While international travel is not yet a convenience, this virtual showroom works as an alternative and it’s 24X7.”

Caltta's mature solutions, such as “2+4” broadband and narrowband convergent communications solution, which has been deployed for test event of 2022 Winter Olympics, are featured in the showroom, as well as solutions for public safety, utility, transportation, etc.

Caltta Technologies, now as an independent company, evolved from ZTE Trunking Technology Corporation, which was established in 2012 as a subsidiary to ZTE Corp. to step up the telecom giant’s effort of increasing presence at the professional communications market. Currently, with more than 700 experienced professionals and over 300 trunking communications technology patents, Caltta is capable of providing complete ranges of 2G, such as DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) and PDT (Profession Digital Trunking), 3G and 4G end-to-end solutions, which have been adopted by users from more than 40 countries.