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The proliferation of new applied data resources and new applications is going to be an impact of incredible proportion for E9-1-1 since Wireless E9-1-1. This will affect our systems in network, hardware, software, administration/management, training, and funding... 4G refers to the fourth generation of cellular wireless standards... a comprehensive and secure IP-based solution, high usability for any technology...
Bandwidth, one of the nation's leading communications companies, announced last month that iTalkBB, the leading VoIP provider to North Americaâ€™s Asian community, has chosen Bandwidth to provision and manage its 9-1-1 emergency services capabilities. iTalk chose Bandwidth over its major incumbent carrier due to its ability to rapidly provision and validate hundreds of thousands of numbers for 9-1-1 routing, efficiently and cost effectively.
C4i has integrated Tetra communications technology to its award-winning SwitchplusIP communications systems. Tetra is a viable alternative to P25 and DMR; and due to the number of entities that provide subscriber equipment, it can lead to lower-cost solutions.
The city of Fort Worth, Texas can now more quickly respond to calls for help and communicate instantaneously with more than 40 agencies and departments across Texas. Fort Worth's Office of Emergency Management is the agency responsible for operating the 100-seat Joint Emergency Operations Center (JEOC), which communicates regularly with city and county agencies; state agencies such as the Texas Department of Public Safety; several federal agencies...
Clear-Com, a leader in real-time communication and connectivity solutions, is showcasing its new Clear-Com Dispatch and Clear-Com Gateway interoperability solutions, offering superior audio quality in a fully featured, cost effective platform that will change the way public safety communication is handled.
Harris Corporation, an international communications and information technology company, has received a $9 million contract from Franklin County, North Carolina, to upgrade its legacy analog emergency communications to a Harris P25(IP) (Project 25 to the power of Internet Protocol) solution.
In the beginning, there were no dispatchers or phones and 9-1-1 was just a fantasy in some poor cop's mind. How the heck did the public get help? How did Marshal Dillon know Miss Kitty was in trouble? Screaming loudly might help.
Integra Telecom Selects Bandwidth's inetwork Division to Address 9-1-1 Requirements for Nationwide VoIP Rollout
inetwork, a division of Bandwidth and the leading choice for innovative and scalable voice, 9-1-1, and SMS solutions, has announced Integra Telecom has selected the company to support its 9-1-1 requirements for hundreds of thousands of phone records as the company executes on its nationwide rollout of IP services. Integra is one of the largest facilities-based providers of communication and networking services, connecting businesses of all sizes with carrier grade networking, communications...
Many conference centers, facilities for corporate retreats, and other gathering facilities began to block all internet access unless it goes through their systems. How will this affect persons who depend on a VoIP or SMS Internet connection to access 9-1-1 services in those locations?
With the acquisition, 911 Enable is now part of West's Intrado operations. Together, Intrado and 911 Enable plan to build on their respective expertise in enterprise VoIP 911 and public safety communications to deliver improved emergency response to business, government, education and non-profit organizations of all types and sizes.
Finding a solution to an ongoing problem about reporting malfunctioning audio/visual equipment at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte unexpectedly resulted in a solution that would eventually be used for emergency communications on campus.
To ensure that communities are fully prepared in the event of an emergency or disaster, many school districts and their local police departments are conducting school safety exercises to test equipment and procedures. Earlier this month, the Orlando law enforcement community teamed up with the University of Central Florida (UCF), Valencia College, and Mutualink, a multimedia interoperable communications company, for a live demonstration of school safety technology.
TacSat Networks RRK to deploy expandable networked wired, wireless, satellite and/or cellular connectivity during disaster response
At this year's California Command Center Rally April 9th 2015 in Sacramento Ca., TacSat Networks LLC will unveiling their TacSat Networks RRK, enabling users to rapidly deploying an system provide wireless and wired network services, Cellular connectivity where there are towers, 4 dedicated VoIP phone lines or Fax, establish lightning fast 4G LTE backhaul used with the ViaSat Pro 2 Ka band VSAT system, a high speed internet connection with speeds that rival DSL or Cable service.
In early February, national media provided extensive coverage of the so-called "swatting" of 9-1-1 calls. This was triggered, in part, by a Department of Justice press release concerning the guilty plea entered by an eighteen year old Boston man on a string of related charges.
Avtec Inc. reports that Verint Systems Inc. has earned a gold-level certification designation. The company’s Audiolog for Public Safety solution successfully completed interoperability testing with Avtec's Scout 2.4 VoIP radio dispatching console. All tests were conducted at Avtec's product integration testing facility in South Carolina and completed in May 2012.
Zetron, a leading provider of mission-critical communications solutions worldwide, announced that it is now shipping a new version of its MAX Dispatch system that includes a direct IP connection to Kenwood's NEXEDGE digital trunking system.
Zetron's new Series 6300 Radio-over-IP (RoIP) gateways provide more flexible, cost-effective, IP-based connections between a variety radio dispatch backroom equipment and remote wireline radio resources. The gateways ease the migration of circuits between radios and their control equipment from expensive legacy leased lines to cost-effective, modern IP networks.