AirTouch Communications CFO Defines Business Plans on Financial News Networks
Aug 17, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
AirTouch Communications, a supplier of wireless telecommunications devices, CFO, Jerome Kaiser, has outlined the company's business plans and recent milestones in interviews with the CDTV.net financial news network and with The Stock Radio financial news network.
During the interviews, the Company noted that Kaiser highlighted that AirTouch recently signed key distribution agreements in Latin America and the U.S. for its wireless routers, stationary signal-enhanced cellphones and triple-play portals for voice, data and video. Kaiser said, "Patented, proprietary devices designed and manufactured by AirTouch target two large markets; emerging regions where landline and broadband infrastructure are poor or non-existent, and developed markets that have poor wireless reception such as dense urban environments and rural areas."
AirTouch said it offers two families of products. For landline customers who want to keep their service, the AirTouch SmartLinX device enables users to connect their cellphone with their landline at home or in the office, providing conveniences such as access to their cellphone contact list, higher signal quality, and savings in mobile minutes.
The Company reported that it has shipped the SmartLinX devices to Telmex, a landline operator in Latin America, and distribution partners in the U.S. including TeleDynamics, which supplies 30,000 retail outlets, and GetWireless, a telecommunications products distributor in the Midwest. Additionally, AirTouch is exploring methods of distributing the SmartLinX technology to China and Brazil.
Kaiser said, "SmartLinX also has the ability to provide software updates, application and services through the AirTouch cloud-based, Global Device Management System (GDMS). GDMS will enable users who are traveling internationally to connect by smartphone to a landline in their home country through local Wi-Fi, enhancing signal quality, security, avoiding outrageous roaming charges and saving smartphone minutes. The added security of landlines will be attractive for financial transactions and other communications requiring enhanced privacy."
The Company noted that one of the key features of the GDMS used in conjunction with SmartLinX is that the receiver does not have to use the same system, program or application as the caller, like many VoIP solutions. Since GDMS uses a landline, the caller is not restricted on who they can call.
AirTouch also added that it offers its HomeConneX line of products for countries where landline service is poor or non-existent. HomeConneX products enable signal-amplified voice, data and video services to be delivered over the existing cellular network with no landlines and no computers.
AirTouch Communications is engaged in the development and marketing of patented telecommunications devices capable of converging voice, data, video, security, entertainment and other communications services from various service providers on one piece of hardware.
www.youtube.com/watch v=fLhv-giq5AE and The Stock Radio interview is at thestockradio.com/jerome-kaiser-cfo-of-airtouch-communications-inc-otcatch/1259.
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