‘Opt-in’ decisions give public safety in all states the option of using FirstNet immediately

Editors and writers at Urgent Communications say public-safety agencies across the country will have the option to use FirstNet asap, giving coverage immediately to all who want it. (http://urgentcomm.com/public-safety-broadbandfirstnet/opt-decisions-give-public-safety-all-states-option-using-firstnet-im) “Public-safety agencies and personnel in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are eligible to subscribe to FirstNet broadband services from…

FirstNet reimagines visual branding

IWCE’s Urgent Communications recently shared the new visual branding released by FirstNet and AT&T earlier this week. (http://urgentcomm.com/public-safety-broadbandfirstnet/att-unveils-new-branding-firstnet-products-and-services) “FirstNet nationwide contractor AT&T today launched a new visual brand that will be associated with FirstNet services and products, according to AT&T and FirstNet officials. FirstNet will continue to use its existing logo to designate organizational activities, as opposed…

January Newsletter goes live today!

Hot off the presses, here’s Edition Four of Pyramid News! For more information about how to schedule your free consultation with President Terry, check out page two of our January Newsletter!

First Pacific territory joins FirstNet

Guam has become the first Pacific territory to make their FirstNet “opt-in” announcement, joining all fifty states on the nationwide public-safety broadband network, according to IWCE’s Urgent Communications. (http://urgentcomm.com/ntiafirstnet/guam-becomes-first-pacific-territory-make-firstnet-opt-announcement) “Guam Gov. Eddie Calvo today announced that he has accepted the nationwide public-safety broadband network (NPSBN) deployment plan offered by FirstNet and AT&T, making Guam the first Pacific…

It’s unanimous, all states choose FirstNet

FirstNet net headquarters had additional reason to celebrate this New Years Day, after all fifty states announced their decision to opt-in to FirstNet. Despite a map that now stretches coast to coast, some states are still expressing concerns. According to IWCE’s Urgent Communications, California made those concerns clear even as he made the announcement to…