Following a 30-year career as a pioneering electrical engineer, Ron Fraser formed MULTIVOICE in 2011 when he realized he could significantly improve Push-to-Talk radio technology and revolutionize the way radios are used. What began as the spark of an idea grew over years of testing and refinement in a basement lab into MULTIVOICE’s first pre-production prototype — the MV900 — a new wireless device that allowed multiple people to simultaneously speak to one another without using their hands. Limited public demonstrations of the MV900 soon led to piqued interest within the industry, interest that gave birth to assembling a seasoned executive team, as well as cementing a strategic seed round investment of $5.0 million from Chicago-based OTTO Engineering. MULTIVOICE unveiled the first of its next generation Wireless Mesh-Network Intercoms™, the MV-NEXUS™, in March 2015 at the IWCE trade show, with plans for general availability in mid-2015. The company also announced the MV-FUSION™ in March 2015, a new solution that unites the many-to-many, Full-Multiplex™ capabilities of its Intercoms with both Push-to-Talk Radio and Cellular Networks, with other products planned for the latter half of 2015. In July of 2015, at the Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA) Convention, MULTIVOICE announced and unveiled the MV-AUDIBLE™, a Wireless Coaching Intercom™ that allows multiple football coaches the ability to speak simultaneously and handsfree on the same wireless network–all without being tethered to a Base Station.