LONG BEACH, Calif. – Verizon public safety experts will highlight key market trends and technology innovations at the National Emergency Number Association 2012 Conference & Trade Show, Saturday through Thursday (June 9-14).
|WHERE:||National Emergency Number Association (NENA)
Conference, June 9-14
Long Beach Convention Center
300 East Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach, Calif.
|WHO:||Anthony Martwick, public safety solutions strategist,
Verizon Enterprise Solutions
“Future Proofing 911 for the Broadband Era”
Tuesday, June 12, at 8 a.m. PDT
|BACKGROUND:||Verizon will exhibit at the National Emergency Number Association 2012 Conference & Trade Show in booths #935 and #650. Public safety experts will demonstrate the latest cloud, mobility and next-generation 911 technologies and highlight how technology innovations will transform the delivery of emergency communications for providers and consumers. Tours of Verizon’s mobile satellite solutions communications trailer will be conducted Monday and Tuesday (June 11 and 12), and key technical experts will deliver public-safety presentations on next-generation 911, virtualized disaster recovery and data center solutions, satellite-based business continuity capabilities, and 4G LTE machine-to-machine and mobility offerings for public safety.|
NENA 2012, sponsored by the National Emergency Number Association, features a range of speakers, general sessions, training and workshops highlighting real-world applications, and an exhibit hall showcasing cutting-edge products and services.
Verizon provides technology solutions to government agencies and business around the globe. To learn more, visit the Verizon Public Sector website.
|Kevin W. Irland, Verizon|
|Kevin W. Irland|