TCS has offered its integrated MPC and HPDE solution longer than any other E9-1-1 vendor in the industry. Further, TCS has the only E9-1-1 TL9000 certified Network Operations Center (NOC), emphasizing its commitment to customer satisfaction, continuous improvement and performance accountability. Today, TCS provides E9-1-1 service to more than 100 million subscribers in the United States for more than 35 wireless carriers and handles more than 150,000 life saving calls daily.
"We are committed to helping wireless carriers meet their obligations for wireless E9-1-1 while providing accurate and reliable emergency services that wireless consumers expect," said Dan Allen, Senior Vice President, Service Bureau for TCS. "In 2008, we expanded our E9-1-1 footprint throughout the country. This is based on our ability to provide the most advanced technologies available on the market today as well as a past performance track record that is second to none."
TCS' E9-1-1 solution enables wireless operators to comply with Phase I and Phase II of the FCC's Wireless E9-1-1 mandate, while providing the life-saving emergency services and security that wireless consumers expect. Using the efficient, open architecture of TCS' award-winning Xypoint® Location Platform, TCS enables wireless operators to properly route wireless E9-1-1 calls to over 6500 Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) across the nation and then delivers the wireless E9-1-1 call location information to the appropriate PSAP. In addition to its proprietary technology platform, TCS provides operators with end-to-end support for all aspects of deployment, including switch integration, database management, Geographic Information Services (GIS), E9-1-1 compliance expertise, support services to PSAPs and cost-recovery assistance.
For more information on TCS' public safety solutions visit: http://www1.telecomsys.com/public_safety/index.cfm
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