Radio IP Software, a leader in wireless data connectionware solutions announced today that it has broadened its presence in the public safety market with its selection by a growing list of law enforcement organizations.

The Jefferson County, Alabama Sheriff’s Office and the Madison, Wisconsin Police Department have chosen Radio IP MTG(TM) connectionware for its high- level security of a mobile VPN, multi-network integration and roaming capabilities, communication persistence and network performance improvement. Radio IP MTG optimizes wireless data transmission over all networks, whether they are private RF networks or high speed IP-based systems used either alone or concurrently.

“Radio IP Software allows my agency to reap the longest possible return- on-investment of our existing radio system, but sets the stage so that we are continuously and seamlessly incorporating faster and newer generation network and application technologies as they become available,” said Sheriff Mike Hale of Jefferson County, AL Sheriff’s Office.

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office purchased 175 licenses of Radio IP MTG, which are being deployed concurrently across three wireless networks: Dataradio, GPRS and 802.11 hotspots.

“We are eager to begin deploying Radio IP MTG department-wide as we believe this can be a significant asset managing communications between our municipal Wi-Fi network, secured 802.11 ‘hotspots’ and our legacy 800 MHz RDLAP system,” said Lieutenant Joe Balles of the Madison, WI Police Department.

City of Madison Police Department (Dane County), WI, has purchased 150 licenses of Radio IP MTG, Radio IP Shadoport(TM) and Radio IP Mobility Manager

“We are very pleased to support the productivity of all agencies requiring a mobile workforce with a solution that maximizes their current investment while providing a clear migration pathway to future technologies. As technologies continue to evolve, we will continue to be a resource to our customers,” said Mike Bourre, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Radio IP Software.