Cleartronic, Inc., (CLRI) is a technology company that creates and acquires operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture, and sell products, services, and integrated systems. Our solutions serve markets ranging from business enterprises to consumer products and services.
Cleartronic’s central mission is to leverage its underlying intellectual property to create new, high-growth market applications, including the development of consumer products targeting large domestic and global markets.
VoiceInterop, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary, is a leading provider of end-to-end, unified communications systems and solutions. Its AudioMate Gateway product line, along with other hardware and software, provides unparalleled interoperability by harnessing the data management power of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other open communications standards. VoiceInterop solutions allow customers to seamlessly link a wide variety of otherwise incompatible communications devices and networks, including two-way radios, cellular phones, PDAs, and tablet PC devices into an integrated communication system.
VoiceInterop’s systems are deployed by commercial enterprises, as well as in emergency services applications, mission-critical airport communication systems, and educational institutions.
To expand its technology footprint, Cleartronic R&D efforts are exploring new opportunities in the machine-to-machine market, “smart grid” applications, and cloud communications products and services.
May 8 2012, 10:00 AM EDT
VoiceInterop Announces License Agreement With Collabria LLC
Apr 17 2012, 8:30 AM EDT
Cleartronic Forms Peak Power Net, Inc. - A Demand Response Energy Management Company
Apr 10 2012, 8:30 AM EDT
Cleartronic Announces Issuance of Patent for Multi Ad Hoc Interoperable Communicating Networks
Jan 26 2012, 8:19 AM EST
Cleartronic Retains Santa Fe Capital Group
Cleartronic’s VoiceInterop, Inc., is a leading provider of end-to-end, unified communications systems and solutions. VoiceInterop solutions allow customers to seamlessly link a wide variety of otherwise incompatible communications devices and networks, including two-way radios, cellular phones, PDAs, and tablet PC devices, into an integrated communication system.