Since 1954, Communication Specialists has been on top of the communications industry. It has grown over the years to include multiple markets as listed below. Internal to these market segments are a vast array of technical capabilities available from our family of companies, our partners, and our qualified professional team. Also, we would like to announce that we have two new additions to the Communication Specialists family! First is Steven Keller as an engineering technologist, we are sure he will bring new ideas and skills to help move CSC2Way to the future! Next is Michael Piner, who will be our new Installation Technician and be working on upfitting vehicles and be helping us push the envelope of our way forward! Welcome Steven and Michael !!
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AT&T has long been one of the greatest consumer communications brands in the world, but the carrier is beginning to become “a public-safety company” through its first-responder-centric efforts in the development of FirstNet and next-generation 911 (NG911) networks, according to Scott Agnew, the new COO of AT&T’s FirstNet team. Two weeks ago, AT&T executives revealed […]
The global 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) market is expected to be worth $121 billion by 2032, with a 43.6% compound annual growth rate. In 2022, the market is expected to be valued at $3.3 billion. By 2032, the market is expected to grow by $117.8 billion in absolute terms. The growing adoption of modern […]
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Emergency communications centers (ECCs) — also known as public safety answering points (PSAPs) and 911 centers — face a plethora of challenges across numerous critical factors pertaining to their short- and long-term technological and operational needs. This is according to a new report produced by public-sector consulting and managed services firm Mission […]
AT&T supports the notion that in-building systems supporting first-responder communications on FirstNet should meet public-safety-grade requirements for coverage and resiliency, but questions remain about the business model for building owners that are expected to provide most—if not all—of the funding. Steve Devine, AT&T’s director of public-safety policy and strategy for FirstNet, said that in-building coverage […]
The Team flew to Las Vegas, NV on Mar 20th to attend IWCE! We saw so many vendors and attended training for new and upcoming equipment and technology. We are looking forward to attending next years conference! If you are interested in what the expo is all about, please visit https://www.iwceexpo.com/ .
Issue: APCO 2020: Destination Florida APCO is an annual conference that many business corporations attend to renew and discuss pertinent information regarding public safety. Let APCO Help You APCO offers many ways to earn continuing dispatch education (CDE) credits, stay up-to-date on emerging issues and earn recertification in numerous disciplines. How to Earn CDEs CDE […]
The association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International filed two formal petitions regarding the FCC’S 6 GHz rules, approved in April. A petition for reconsideration urges the FCC to repeal the new rules and fix numerous problems. The FCC’s new rules allow operation of unlicensed standard-power and low-power transmitters. The commission established different rules […]
The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) board approved $218M or two network upgrades: transitioning the FirstNet core to 5G technology and adding to FirstNet’s fleet of 72 deplorables. FirstNet staff will now execute the task orders, and AT&T will implement them as part of the NPSBN contract. Specific amounts and timelines associated with each investment’s […]
People in Midwest City, Oklahoma, remember the night of May 3, 1999, the tornado had wind speeds of 302 mph, often cited as the highest wind speeds ever recorded on Earth. The need for close coordination with better interagency communications between police and public works was a top priority when the Midwest City Police Department […]