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TMCNet:  TeleCommunication Systems launches first Next Generation 9-1-1 emergency communication solutions

[December 19, 2012]

TeleCommunication Systems launches first Next Generation 9-1-1 emergency communication solutions

Dec 19, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSYS) has announced its new, comprehensive, end-to-end suite of Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG 9-1-1) solutions for public safety and emergency response.

Through its acquisition of microDATA in July 2012, TCS added powerful new geographic information system solutions, call taker equipment and related NG 9-1-1 system components and services to other TCS solutions.

Today's TCS NG 9-1-1 suite is the first fully standards-compliant NENA i3 NG 9-1-1 system: a comprehensive public safety portfolio providing key products and services to wireline local exchange carriers, VoIP service providers, competitive local exchange carriers and wireless operators. This solution combines TCS' carrier-grade Emergency Services IP Network (ESINet) and national text gateway with microDATA's ESINet and CPE solution.


TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. is a world leader in highly reliable and secure mobile communication technology. To learn more about emerging and innovative wireless technologies, visit www.telecomsys.com.

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