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Pennsylvania Regions Interconnect to Enhance Emergency Communications

Mission Critical Partners lends subject matter expertise to fiber-optic network implementation that supports several data-sharing initiatives

STATE COLLEGE, Pa., November 9, 2020—An initiative to interconnect three Pennsylvania regions via a fiber-optic communications network to improve emergency response was completed at the end of October. The project was supported by Mission Critical Partners (MCP), which provides consulting services and solutions that support mission-critical communications, specializing in networks, data integration and cybersecurity.

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MCP in the News: Tennessee to Test Cybersecurity of Its Next Generation 911 Systems

This article originally appeared in StateScoop and can be viewed here.

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MCP in the News: House Approves $12 Billion for NG911 Funding in Infrastructure Package, But Bill Unlikely to Pass Senate

This article orginally appeared in Urgent Communications. The online version can be viewed here.

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MCP to Support State of Arizona in Effort to Advance Emergency Response

Phoenix, A.Z., (February 6, 2020)—The State of Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) has selected Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading public safety consulting and information technology (IT) support services firm, to assist with the procurement of an Emergency Services Internet Protocol Network (ESInet) and Next Generation Core Services (NGCS), part of the ADOA’s ongoing efforts to enhance emergency response for its citizens by modernizing its 9-1-1 infrastructure.

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MCP in the News: Darrin Reilly, Featured in HxGN Podcast on Data and Public Safety

MCP's Chief Operating Officer, Darrin Reilly, was recently featured in a Hexagon Radio's podcast discussing the transformation taking place in mission-critical communities. Forcing that transformation is the increase multimedia data flows that can play a role helping to improve emergency response outcomes. Emergency Services Internet Protocol Networks (ESInets), are providing public safety agencies with a medium to send and receive data-rich multimedia, including images, text, video and data from other sensors.

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