TCS to provide 9-1-1 services in Tennessee

Tuesday 8 March 2011 | 08:10 CET | News
Mobile equipment provider TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) has won a contract from the state of Tennessee to provide Next Generation (NG) 9-1-1 management and integration services. TCS will build a NG9-1-1 service using the state's existing IP network and implement an architecture that allows interoperability with other vendors' products and services. The TCS service will allow the state to continue deploying its current IP infrastructure while implementing NG9-1-1 services that will enable citizens to communicate with emergency dispatchers via voice, data, video, images and soon text

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: TeleCommunication Systems
Countries: United States
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