New product for PSAPs and VoIP released
Briefs | 06/06/2007 4:15 pm EDT
A Montreal-based company is hoping to make it easier for Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) to deal with the growing number of VoIP customers. ConneXon Telecom introduced NG-Connect on June 6, a new product that it allows PSAPs to more effectively manage the increasing volume of VoIP subscribers while at the same time being able to retain existing operational functionality. "By working with ConneXon, PSAPs can turn the challenges of VoIP into benefits," Lev Deich, company director said in a news release. "VoIP technology can be efficiently accommodated at the PSAP today and we can work together to take advantage of new technologies into the future."
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