Unprecedented Inauguration Communications Support

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Rivada Networks provided first-ever mobile, deployable emergency communications support to the inauguration of President Barack Obama to mitigate any contingency.

The inauguration of President Barack Obama is being supported by unprecedented security and emergency communications support. Rivada Networks' Interoperable Communications Extension Systems are being used to provide critical backup communications that can support any contingency that might arise. The use of mobile, deployable and interoperable communications represents a major step forward toward providing dynamic, independent and assured communications that directly support Homeland Security and Public Safety personnel. Rivada Networks mobile systems are on standby to serve several key first response elements in and around the National Capitol Region to assure uninterrupted communications throughout the inauguration event. This innovative technology was developed in direct response to the tragic events of 9/11/01 and was designed to ensure that Federal, State and Local First Responders always have the ability to seamlessly communicate with each other during a crisis.

Rivada Networks (http://www.rivada.com) recognizes the importance of this historic day for America and is proud to be a part of the exceptional team providing security support for the Presidential Inauguration.

Rivada Networks is a small business headquartered in Arlington, Virginia with operations in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Their core business is Public Safety and Homeland Security Interoperability. Rivada is a leading designer, integrator and operator of public safety communications and information technology networks for homeland security forces and first responders. Rivada's solutions enable governments and their first responders to rapidly, efficiently and effectively execute homeland security and defense missions.


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