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Maryland Sheriff Turns to FirstNet For Critical Emergency Response

Maryland Sheriff Turns to FirstNet For Critical Emergency Response
November 7 | By Lori Stone
The Washington County Sheriff’s office is putting FirstNet to use serving rural communities. The agency was among the first in the nation – and the very first in the State of Maryland – to subscribe to the nationwide public safety broadband network.

FirstNet Adoption Growth Continues

FirstNet Adoption Growth Continues
More than 3,600 public safety agencies across the country have now joined FirstNet. The communications platform has kept first responders connected through Hurricanes Florence and Michael, and more.

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FirstNet Early Benefits: Priority, Preemption

FirstNet Early Benefits: Priority, Preemption
FirstNet is now available across the nation, with first responders (such as fire, law enforcement, emergency medical services, and emergency managers) guaranteed priority...

New opportunities to engage with FirstNet

New opportunities to engage with FirstNet
As public safety agencies tap into the key capabilities of FirstNet, the FirstNet Authority continues to work hand-in-hand with them to understand their current and future broadband needs.

FirstNet Support Available to Public Safety 24/7/365

FirstNet Support Available to Public Safety 24/7/365
Every day and in every emergency, FirstNet is here to support the needs of public safety.

Tech Talk: 3GPP Meeting Recap

Tech Talk: 3GPP Meeting Recap
The FirstNet Authority represents public safety interests in LTE standards development activities. The September quarterly meetings addressed standards in several areas relevant to FirstNet.

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