LTE  |  2022-06-09

Siyata Launches Next Generation Push-to-Talk Over Cellular SD7 Device on Verizon Global Network

Source: Siyata Mobile
Curated by: Gert Jan Wolf - Editor-in Chief for The Critical Communications Review

Siyata Mobile Inc. (Nasdaq: SYTA) (“Siyata” or the “Company”), a global vendor of Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) devices and cellular signal booster systems, is pleased to announce that Verizon Communications Inc. (“Verizon”), the largest mobile operator in the U.S. with 143.0 million total retail connections as of Q1 2022, has fully integrated Siyata’s rugged SD7 device into their network. As a Siyata channel partner, Verizon will sell the SD7 to their broad enterprise customer base as well as their first responder network of 4.5 million connections with over 30,000 public-safety agencies. The SD7 was developed to disrupt and replace the multi-billion-dollar Land Mobile Radio (LMR) industry

“We are thrilled to be working with Verizon, the largest cellular network in the U.S., as we roll out our game-changing SD7 device,” said Siyata CEO Marc Seelenfreund. “With superior coverage, improved functionality, and low start-up and operating costs, the SD7 is the perfect upgrade from land-based radio technologies, delivering a far superior solution to a multi-billion dollar industry. Now through Verizon, we can reach even more first responders and enterprise personnel with a rugged device that can operate reliably in tough working environments.”

The SD7 brings push-to-talk communications into the 21st century and enables first Responders and enterprise clients a simple easy-to-use rugged Android based Push-To-Talk (PTT) device with excellent sound quality that operates over the high bandwidth 4G LTE network, providing consistent connectivity across the nation and internationally. Its IP68 rating, resistance to water and dust, drop protection, and robust battery make it well suited for use in harsh environments. Importantly, there is no need to invest in infrastructure such as radio towers or repeaters.

The SD7 allows first responders as well as secondary support personnel to quickly connect and coordinate on unified public cellular networks in North America and international markets.