Triumph rises from tragedy

September 2011
Urgent Communications;Sep2011, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p28
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the wake-up call presented by the 9/11 attacks on the need for a national wireless broadband network. Yankee Group principal analyst Ken Rehbehm called for increased federal funding for public safety communications in terms of events like the 9/11 or natural calamities. Charles Dowd of the New York Police Department is optimistic that public safety communication will be a reality soon, as it can be a tool to prevent these kind of disasters.


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