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Restore 9-1-1 services during an emergency

Hurricanes. Earthquakes. Floods. Terrorist attacks. The very events that cause people to reach out to Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) also can endanger the availability of those PSAPs. To prevent a cataclysmic event and its ensuing traffic from spelling disaster for your PSAP’s ability to respond to 9-1-1 calls, Comtech Telecommunications offers Ready9-1-1™, a portable, deployable solution to restore 9-1-1 services and make sure they remain operational throughout any emergency. Ready9-1-1 is available to call centers immediately when disaster strikes, and its reliable satellite communications allow your trained call-takers to remain focused on serving the community and ensuring public safety.

Ready9-1-1 is the result of Comtech Telecommunications’ extensive experience as the pioneer in Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) and Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) products and services; our knowledge regarding continuity of operations, information assurance, cybersecurity and integrated logistics support; and our expertise in providing highly secure deployable satellite solutions for mission-critical communications. We have the proven performance and unparalleled experience that make us the company you trust when it matters most.

Comtech Telecommunications’ Ready9-1-1 solution consists of three primary components:

  1. The X-Solution™ call handling and dispatch software
  2. Ultra VSAT communications terminal
  3. Impact™ Tactical ruggedized communications kit

Find out more with the informational brochure »

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1 800.557.5869

Sales inquires outside the US:

  • EMEA: +34 677 595 420
  • Carib. & Latin Am. +1 703.727.1995
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  • Watch Ready9-1-1 Unveiled and Detailed at NENA

    Ready9-1-1 Unveiling at NENA

    Senior Comtech Telecommunications Engineer Jeff West explains the Comtech Telecommunications Ready9-1-1 solution at NENA to Urgent Communications.