Radio IP Software

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Radio IP Software
Private
Industry Computer software
Founded 1998
Founder Yvon Bergeron
Headquarters Montreal, Canada
Key people
Yvon Bergeron, Founder & Chairman
Products Radio IP MTG, ipUnplugged, GPS Director, GPS Partner, Radio IP Shadoport, Radio IP Mobility Manager[1]
Services Installation and Maintenance & Support[2]
Website www.radio-ip.com

Radio IP Software is a privately held software company specializing in mobile data connectivity and Mobile Virtual Private Network (Mobile VPN) solutions. Established in 1998, Radio IP Software is headquartered in Montreal, Canada and has offices in Florida, USA and London, England.

In 2009, Radio IP Software completed the acquisition of ipUnplugged AB,[3] a Stockholm, Sweden based developer of the ipUnplugged Mobile VPN software, which was designed using the Mobile IP standard communications protocol and including the IPSec security standards.

Technology[edit]

Radio IP Software mobile data connectivity technology helps to overcome the performance, security and connectivity challenges associated with wireless networks. The result is secure mobile access and faster mission response time. The technology enables mobile users to seamlessly roam in a diverse range of networking environments - professional mobile radio (PMR), cellular data/mobile broadband (3G, 4G, LTE) and satellite - under a single interoperable TCP/IP standard.

Users[edit]

Suited for organizations whose mobile workforces depend on mission-critical data, Radio IP Software's users are primarily in the public safety, utility, mobile government, and enterprise sectors.[4]

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