DSS Corporation joins NENA's NG Partner Program

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DSS Corporation, (http://www.equature.com) is proud to announce its participation in NENA's NG Partner Program (http://www.NENA.org). The National Emergency Number Association sponsors the program "To develop, coordinate, and integrate the foundation for an evolved, fully-functional, 'Next Generation E9-1-1' system..." The list of more than 40 companies that participate in the group reads like a "who's who" in the Public Safety community, and also includes a number of important technology companies that have heretofore not been involved in that community.

Equature was designed to capture every type of communication in today's environment - voice, text, video, email, data, and even web interactions.

DSS Corporation, (http://www.equature.com) is proud to announce its participation in NENA's NG Partner Program (http://www.NENA.org). The National Emergency Number Association sponsors the program "To develop, coordinate, and integrate the foundation for an evolved, fully-functional, 'Next Generation E9-1-1' system..." The list of more than 40 companies that participate in the group reads like a "who's who" in the Public Safety community, and also includes a number of important technology companies that have heretofore not been involved in that community.

The current 911 system was not designed to handle the highly mobile public communications technology employed in today's wireless multimedia world. It became clear that the 911 system needed to evolve too. The public must be able to communicate with the 911 center not only by voice, but also through text and multimedia messaging, including pictures and video. In addition, emergency medical data and even automated vehicle crash data need to be handled by the PSAP. An infrastructure is needed to facilitate all this, and to evolve as the public communications environment evolves.

NENA founded the NG Partner Program to bring together the highly diverse group of companies and agencies that will play a critical part in this infrastructure evolution. The mission is to "establish a voluntary, open, unified approach to enable Next Generation E9-1-1 systems and services." DSS will actively participate in the various working groups aimed at defining the Next Generation 911 technology environment.

As a provider of Public Safety voice recording solutions for more than 20 years, DSS has participated in the changes that have brought the 911 community to the current crossroads. In 2003, General Manager Joe Mosed committed the company's resources to designing a product that would capture and manage all communications within a 911 center, regardless of type. The result was Equature®, the only Unified Communications Intelligenceā„¢ platform currently on the market.

According to Jeff Vezina, Director of Sales for DSS, "Equature was designed to capture every type of communication in today's environment - voice, text, video, email, data, and even web interactions." He feels the company is well positioned for the future, and that DSS can make a significant contribution to the NG Partner Program because the company had already been working with these technologies for several years. DSS General Manager Joe Mosed said: "Our whole focus from day one was to capture all communications going in or out of the PSAP, regardless of type. It just made sense for us to participate in this group, because we'd been committed to the whole NG-911 concept from the beginning."

DSS is gearing up for rapid growth in 2009, and sees the changes in the Public Safety market as a golden opportunity for large-scale replacement of the existing "voice-only" recorders currently in use in that market. According to Mosed, participation in the NENA NG Partner Program is an important component of the company's strategy of being there with the right technology, at the right time.

About DSS Corporation
DSS Corporation has been providing communications recording solutions to the Public Safety market for more than 20 years, and is also very active in the general Call Center market space. Equature, the company's flagship offering, fills the evolving need for a single product capable of capturing and managing all communications, regardless of type. The company's Dictation and Document Management divisions also provide forward-looking solutions to those respective markets.

About NENA
NENA, the National Emergency Number Association, is a not-for-profit organization, founded in 1982. According to the organization's website, "NENA's Mission is to foster the technological advancement, availability and implementation of a universal emergency telephone number system (9-1-1)." With more than 7,000 members in 47 chapters throughout North America, NENA is a thriving organization that has dedicated itself to saving lives by providing an effective and accessible 911 service.

Contact: Jeff Vezina, DSS Corporation Phone: (866) dss-corp Fax: (248) 569-6567 Web site: http://www.equature.com

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