PowerPhone Launches 9-1-1.com Website

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New website is designed to keep public safety professionals updated on the latest news and trends in emergency communications.

PowerPhone, Inc., a global leader in emergency communications training and technology, announced today that is has launched a new website, 9-1-1.com, designed as a news and information sharing portal for public safety professionals.

9-1-1.com is dedicated to providing extensive coverage of the latest news and trends in the public safety communications industry. Editorial content is updated on a daily basis and tracks news stories of interest to the 9-1-1 community.

"In creating 9-1-1.com, PowerPhone's goal is to provide a continuously updated resource for 9-1-1 professionals who are looking to stay on top of the latest developments in our industry," said Chris Salafia, President and CEO of PowerPhone. "With our extensive resources, including the collective experience of our instructor corps and our track record in developing new technologies, PowerPhone brings a unique global perspective to 9-1-1.com that you won't find anywhere else."

Visitors to 9-1-1.com can expect to find coverage on life-saving actions taken by dispatchers; 9-1-1 calls released from high-profile cases; articles from PowerPhone's expert instructors on training topics and their experiences in the classroom; and profiles of new technologies and how they will impact 9-1-1 today and in the future.

9-1-1.com also features:

  • a discussion forum where users can share ideas or ask questions on any topic in public safety;
  • photo galleries featuring images from PowerPhone classes, industry trade shows, and communications centers around the world using the company's technology;
  • links to websites and blogs that are of interest to 9-1-1 and public safety professionals.

Visit http://www.9-1-1.com for the latest information on emergency communications.


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