New Jersey municipalities looking to share services in a bid to cut costs have made 911 dispatch centers — major expenses in technology and staff — an area of focus, and Cranbury-based IXP Corp. hopes to do more business with efficiency-minded local governments across New Jersey.
Cranbury, NJ ( April 10, 2012) - The new South Shore Regional Emergency Communications Center in Hingham, MA, recently went live with Zetron's radio dispatch console and VoIP call-taking system...Al Wallace, manager of IXP Corporation's Northeast region, played a key role in the planning and implementation of the SSRECC.
Reporter Newspapers, (March 28, 2012) - While City Manager John McDonough was hard at work Tuesday, March 27, participating in the City Councils annual retreat in Sandy Springs, a group of public safety communications officials gathered in Washington D.C. honored him for his work improving emergency response times for local residents.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT(March 28, 2012) - The International Academies of Emergency Dispatch(IAED) is pleased to formally award Accreditation as an Emergency Fire Dispatch Center of Excellence to Chattahoochee River 911 Authority (Chatcomm)Chattahoochee River 911 Authority (Chatcomm) is the 21 st Emergency Fire Dispatch ...
Tony Awards Partners with IXP Corporation to Simulcast the Red Carpet and Entirety of Show on the Clear Channel Spectacolor.
Cranbury, N.J.-based Public Safety & Security Leader Honors Linebacker Antonio Lowery as Part of $100,000 Pledge.
Public Safety & Security Leader is Endorsed by Baseball Legend Who Embodies Trust, Reliability, and Integrity.
The IACP- IXP Excellence in Technology Award Program recognizes law enforcement agencies' superior achievement and innovation in the field of communications and information technology.
Deputy Chief Dennis Ham of the Sandy Springs Fire AND Rescue Department presented a letter of appreciation on behalf of the Chief and the Department to Call Taker Marilyn Childers for her incredible performance.