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Radio IP Software Secures Patent on Optimized TCP/IP for Wireless Data Communications

Radio IP Software has announced that U.S. Patent No. 6,947,431 has been awarded to the company for its Radio IP suite of middleware technology as a gateway for wireless networking. Other U.S. and foreign patents are currently pending and are expected to follow shortly.

The entire Radio IP suite of wireless applications, including Radio IP MTG with RadioRoam derives from the patented technology. Radio IP MTG software is an optimized TCP/IP solution in the marketplace today for wireless data transmission over public or private narrowband networks.

Radio IP MTG provides wireless communication security with its high-level encryption and authentication technology. Using TCP/IP, the RadioRoam module integrates multiple networks, whether they are public or proprietary, under one single, interoperable standard. Other features such as application and session persistence provide continuous wireless connectivity and expanded network coverage.

Moreover, Radio IP MTG uses the optimized TCP/IP protocol as a way to compress data being transmitted and to reduce the chattiness associated with the standard TCP/IP protocol, all while guaranteeing complete and integral data reception. This serves to effectively increase the throughput and the effective speed of most wireless data communications.

“We improve the performance of all wireless data communications, whether it is through gains in security, coverage, reliability and speed,” said Mike Bourre, vice president of Sales & Marketing at Radio IP Software.

Radio IP Software currently has more than 350 unique customer sites benefiting from this patented technology across multiple verticals such as public safety, utility, transportation, healthcare and field-force automation.

The Radio IP suite of applications also features Radio IP Shadoport, Radio IP Mobility Manager and Radio IP Xpadata.

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