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Having adjudicated all comments, the NENA Standard for Interconnecting Emergency Services IP Networks and Public Safety Broadband Networks is now considered ?stable.? Per NENA IPR & Antitrust Policy, Section 4.5.1 ?Stable Form Notice? is being issued and is shown below. 4.5 Declarations during
Women in 9-1-1 Webinar Series: Demystifying the Grant World for 9-1-1Thursday, September 9 | 1PM Eastern (live) or On-DemandFREE! Click here to register!One of the biggest challenges for 9-1-1 across the country is funding. 9-1-1 professionals have to wear a lot of hats and sometimes determining how
From now through October 15, NENA is accepting session proposals for the NENA 2022 Conference & Expo taking place at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, KY from June 11-16. Presenting a session at NENA 2022 is an excellent opportunity to share your knowledge and experience
From now through October 15, NENA is accepting session proposals for the NENA 2022 Conference & Expo taking place at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, KY from June 11-16. Presenting a session at NENA 2022 is an excellent opportunity to share your knowledge and experience
Having adjudicated all comments, the NENA Standard for Emergency Incident Data Object (EIDO) is now considered ?stable.? Per NENA IPR & Antitrust Policy, Section 4.5.1 ?Stable Form Notice? is being issued and is shown below. 4.5 Declarations during ReviewWhen any Deliverable is in stable form, but
i3 version 3 was published in July 2021, alongside numerous other standards that were completed or will be completed around the same period. Version 3 brings numerous new features and fundamental changes to the overall architecture; chiefly, one of these is a move from SOAP / XML to REST / JSON for
i3 version 3 was published in July 2021, alongside numerous other standards that were completed or will be completed around the same period. Version 3 brings numerous new features and fundamental changes to the overall architecture; chiefly, one of these is a move from SOAP / XML to REST / JSON for
Recent regulatory activity in North America has had a strong emphasis on combatting nuisance calls, including robocalls and calls with illegitimate caller identity spoofing. The spoofing of critical information, like caller identity, associated with emergency calls and callback calls will negatively