New Infrastructure Will Help Advance Public Safety, Improve Connectivity for Area Residents and Visitors
The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority) Board announced today that Edward Parkinson has been named Executive Director of the organization.
New FirstNet Cell Site Launches in Lake Providence to Support Public Safety and Expand Connectivity in the Area; FirstNet Authority Joins Unveiling
New Infrastructure Will Help Advance Public Safety, Improve Connectivity for Area Residents & Visitors
New FirstNet Cell Sites Launch Across New Hampshire to Support Public Safety; Gov. Sununu and FirstNet Authority Join Unveiling
Gov. Chris Sununu and the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority) joined AT&T to celebrate a major boost in wireless communications for New Hampshire first responders – the addition of new, purpose-built cell sites and 100+ other network enhancements. This new infrastructure is a part of the FirstNet network expansion taking place across the state, bringing increased coverage, capacity and capabilities for public safety.
Edward Parkinson delivers remarks at CES Government 2020 to discuss the expanding public safety broadband marketplace and the FirstNet Authority’s plans for FirstNet in 2020, including: FirstNet’s role promoting innovation in the marketplace and advancing initiatives to identify industry trends and promote global public safety broadband opportunities.
First responders in Yamhill and Washington counties are getting a major boost in their wireless communications with the launch of a FirstNet cell site. The site – located in rural Yamhill County – is part of the FirstNet network expansion taking place in Oregon, which is bringing purpose-built coverage, capacity and capability to first responders across the state.
New-purpose built FirstNet site is bringing first responders in Clinton County, Pennsylvania increased coverage and capacity.
At its year-end meeting today, the FirstNet Authority Board highlighted major areas of progress for FirstNet and outlined its priorities to ensure the continued evolution of the network and organization. This year saw continued momentum for FirstNet with expanded network deployment and growth in new public safety subscribers. Today, there are more than one million connections being used by more than 10,000 public safety agencies on FirstNet.
Sheriff Neil A. Miller of Buffalo County has been awarded the Chief Harlin R. McEwen Public Safety Broadband Communications Award (McEwen Award) for his remarkable leadership and significant contributions to the advancement of public safety broadband communications across Nebraska.
Wyoming’s first responders are getting a major boost in their wireless communications with the addition of a new, purpose-built cell site.