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LAPD Secures Space Shuttle On City Streets

October 12, 2012
The Los Angeles Police Department is deploying a rolling video surveillance network for the space shuttle Endeavour's 12-mile trip along city streets today and Saturday.

iPulse-e

January 31, 2012
Any network device can be automatically rebooted with the iPulse-e from VideogeniX. iPulse-e has the intelligence to know when a device has gone off-line.

IPICS 2.0

May 1, 2007
Cisco’s IP Interoperability Collaboration System 2.0 (IPICS) allows personnel within the same or different agencies to communicate across previously isolated radio, IP, and non-IP networks. Cisco IPICS 2.0 delivers a new, policy-based approach and support for more devices with "single click" integrated notification and messaging.

JPS Interoperability Device

April 1, 2006
Raytheon Company’s JPS Communications is replacing its legacy NXU-2 Network eXtension Unit with the NXU-2A. The new unit uses radio over Internet protocol (RoIP) and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) technology to send and receive digital voice messages.

BlueTree Wireless Data Firmware Release 1.2

January 1, 2006
BlueTree Wireless’ Firmware Release 1.2 for its flagship 4000 IP and 5000 GPS series wireless modems adds significant features and functionality to support an increased number of new applications. New features include port forwarding capabilities and a serial-IP listening socket. The product enhances DSL replacement and network backup, as well as surveillance, control flow (AMR), and SCADA applications using Ethernet.
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