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CanOps argues for broader standard adoption for NG911

Briefs | 04/28/2022 5:07 pm EDT
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As the CRTC is considering the funding structures for the planned rollout of so-called next generation 911 service (NG911) the non-profit Canadian Public Safety Operations Organization (CanOps) is asking the regulator to mandate that telecommunications service providers adopt a universal service protocol that would allow for a level of centrally coordinated emergency service delivery. 

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