SPOTLIGHT: Kodiak goes clientless

Kodiak Networks, maker of a push to talk platform used by operators such as AT&T, Alltel, CelllarSouth and others, has developed a clientless solution that will let operators significantly increase the potential addressable market for their PTT application. Basically, the originator of the call can assign a telephone number to a group of individuals who can then use that for conferencing, text messaging and voice messaging. They can initiate calls with each other without requiring all the parties to have a PTT-capable phone. "We can now reach 100 percent of the addressable market," Bruce Lawlor said in an interview with FierceWireless. "We make it easy for the operator to market the product to everyone and upsell client applications for those power users." Release

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