Critical Response Systems Releases New and Improved M4201 Network Controller

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New network controller further enhances Critical Response Systems market-leading response paging and wireless data solutions.

M4201 Network Controller

The M4201 Network Controller further enhances CRS’s market-leading radio network solutions, offering increased messaging speed, throughput, capacity, and reliability, as well as better access to real-time response data.

Critical Response Systems (CRS), a provider of leading-edge, mission-critical communication systems, announces the new M4201™ Network Controller. This controller provides a new level of performance and reliability to CRS radio network solutions, supporting more users and more base stations than prior models, and also delivering messages more quickly and reliably than ever before.

CRS‘s ultra-reliable ISO/NFPA-compliant radio networks are optimized for response paging, asset/vehicle tracking, and SCADA. These networks notify responders within 5 seconds and then track who receives, reads, and responds to each event, including where they are and when they will arrive. Authorized command staff view responses as needed to assist in real-time decision making regarding mutual aid, fill-ins, recall, and other tactical actions. CRS radio networks do not rely on the Internet, cellular companies, or the cloud, and they have a field-proven track record of providing mission-critical communication even when other means of communication have failed.

The M4201 Network Controller further enhances CRS’s market-leading radio network solutions, offering increased messaging speed, throughput, capacity, and reliability, as well as better access to real-time response data.

About Critical Response Systems (CRS)

Critical Response Systems provides leading-edge mission-critical communication systems, focused on critical messaging and alerting. We know that every response starts with an alert, and our systems use the latest technology to ensure that first responders get their messages quickly, correctly and reliably. For more information about the M4201 Network Controller or Critical Response Systems, visit http://www.criticalresponse.com.

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