Bay Area UASI truncates LTE pilot project

April 2011
Urgent Communications;Apr2011, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of the Bay Area Urban Area Security Initiative (Bay Area UASI) Approval Authority to decline most of the funding for the 10-site Long Term Evolution (LTE) pilot project, leading to the downsize to four sites. The governing body voted to return 2 million dollars each to the cities of San Jose and Oakland, California. Deanna Santana, San Jose city manager, says Project Cornerstone will operate on a 2.2 million-dollar expenditure limit. Matt Messinger of Motorola notes that project functionality will remain unaffected.


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