There are two underlying ideas that we follow, developing
A. People really often need the devices and apps that
work in the instant-call paradigm (instead of session-mode
paradigm used in telephones and messengers like Skype etc).
Two-way radios are the mostly popular in this area. People have
been buying these pricey radios for 100 years and continue. But
existing solutions are based on ridiculously outdated
technologies, which we have to improve.
B. Nowadays, it makes no sense to build primitive
infrastructure for each new voice channel (as LMR/PMR users
still do), while modern networks cover 90 percent of the world
population, and powerful microprocessors are cheap and energy
So we digitize sound, compress and transfer it (without loss)
to other devices, to their groups and to compatible hardware and
software systems, using existing wireless data transport
environments. We've developed voice compression and reliable
transmission technology, which allows us to use even the
narrow-band mobile networks of 2-3 generations.
Here is the video,
clarifying the TreeTalk device, software and infrastructure in 1
minute, in English.
The entire system, beside terminals, comprises a web front-end,
back-end, databases and servers for addressing and routing. This
platform allow developing a variety of applications in the area
of the instant voice conversation and messaging.