Comrex Access and Bric-Link Connect with iPhone


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Devens, MA - June 14, 2010 - Comrex announced its Access Reporter Codec for Android (ARC) at the 2010 NAB Show to widespread enthusiasm for the free application. The app has since been downloaded hundreds of times. It allows users to connect to a Comrex Access or Bric-Link codec via an Android 2.1 smart phone via the Wi-Fi or 3G/4G data connection.

Comrex has now approved an app for iPhone users that will connect to Access and Bric-Link codecs. Media5 Fone is a SIP client softphone app that runs on the Apple iPhone or iPod iTouch. It is available from the iPhone App Store as a free demo download that will allow calls of one minute in duration. For unlimited call duration, the Media5 Fone app can be downloaded for $4.99.

The ARC received a Radio magazine Pick Hit at the 2010 NAB Show.




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