Sonim Partners with Savox for Intercom Controller Accessory
Wednesday, May 06, 2020 | Comments

Sonim Technologies partnered with Savox to launch the Tactical Radio and Intercom Controller System (TRICS) for enhanced situational awareness, compatible with Sonim’s XP8, XP5s and XP3 handsets. TRICS is compatible with up to four devices, including radios, smartphones/LTE devices, intercoms and Sonim handsets.

TRICS is designed for military special forces, tactical teams and first responders working in mission-critical operations.

“Interoperability between land mobile radios (LMR) and LTE cellular handsets is a key need for mission-critical communications,” said John Graff, chief marketing officer (CMO), Sonim Technologies. “The TRICS RSM provides a single interface to support both a land mobile radio and Sonim handset. Sonim and Savox are providing an inherently safe and reliable communications solution to meet this need.”

Sonim’s SecureAudio interface allows the wired TRICS to be physically secured to handset. Wireless TRICS can seamlessly connect to Sonim handsets via Bluetooth.

“Savox TRICS meets the communication demands of special missions, said Sami Paihonen, chief technology officer (CTO) of Savox Communications. It is an easy-to-use system, specially designed according to military standards, keeping in mind the various communications needs, tools and channels, and special communications requirements of the users. TRICS broad compatibility also reduces the overall gear and weight carried on the body of users.”

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