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New Wireless Network To Aid City's Emergency Services

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posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 04:50 PM
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New Wireless Network To Aid City's Emergency Services


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A new wireless network developed exclusively for the city's emergency services is online and giving first responders access to new crime-fighting gadgets.
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posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 04:50 PM
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If you all thought that is just another expensive way to spend funds, then i suggest you take a closer look. As the video and previous reports dating back close to a decade have finally come to pass. Given that it will cross link all federal and local agencies into one database it will be subjected to countless attempts intrusion.

What is not mentioned is where this is housed, but i guess you all know how has the tech hardware to access and support such a high flow of data in real time. No Such Agency.


...now this is something that many out there would like to get their hands on.


Also, new solar-powered call boxes can link to the 911 system even when cellular and landline phone service is knocked out. Those boxes are currently being tested on Randall's Island.


origin.ny1.com
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posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 05:22 PM
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Originally posted by tristar
What is not mentioned is where this is housed, but i guess you all know how has the tech hardware to access and support such a high flow of data in real time. No Such Agency.



Not so. Any half-arsed Telco worth it's salt could cobble this network together, provide the maintainence and host the quipment with ease. In fact, it is probably a telco such as AT&T or Verizon providing it.

I work for a large international telco based in the UK and we have stuff that is far more complicated than some metro WiFi network.



posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 05:27 PM
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In fact, it would appear this is managed by Northrop Grumman (who also have similiar contracts in the UK for Police and Emergency services) alongside "technology partners", such as IPWireless.

No NSA here...



posted on Sep, 12 2010 @ 04:22 AM
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Originally posted by stumason
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In fact, it would appear this is managed by Northrop Grumman (who also have similiar contracts in the UK for Police and Emergency services) alongside "technology partners", such as IPWireless.

No NSA here...


Lets see how i can lay this out.

Once upon a time (2001) there was a project named "Gourndbreaker, it was funded by the nsa at an estimated 5 billion, well that is what is publicly being stated. The grape vine has it estimated well over 12b to current date. This so called open project was led by csc and logicon a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman and just to make things interesting G.D., BAE. Systems, Titan Crp, CaC Internl. Mantech, Lck Martin and our beloved Verizon, you do know who Verizon is right ?, never mind, moving along, as you so correctly pointed out that the U.K. have their very own system in place but what you may or may not bee aware of is that BAE Syst. was directly involved in its core foundation and application. So now you can see the direct link between them,you,us.

Similar application are currently running in Ger,Fr,It,Gr,Sp,Bg., more or less 3/4 of europe is directly linked to that single database.

Just for the record



4 September, 1997

A judge has lambasted BT for revealing detailed information about top secret high capacity cables feeding phone and other messages to and from a Yorkshire monitoring base. BT admitted this week that they have connected three digital optical fibre cables - capable of carrying more than 100,000 telephone calls at once - to the American intelligence base at Menwith Hill, near Harrogate.

Menwith Hill is run by the US National Security Agency (NSA), which monitors the world's communication for US intelligence. NSA acknowledges that "the Hill" is the largest electronic monitoring station in the world. Over 1,200 US civilians and servicemen work round the clock at the base, intercepting and analysing communications mainly from Europe, Russia and the Middle East.




During the 1970s and 1980s, almost all Britain's long-distance telephone calls were carried on the microwave network of which Hunters Stones is part. The existence of the cables connecting the network to Menwith Hill has been known since 1980, but the authorities have always refused to comment. BT now claims that the cables were connected directly to the United States via undersea cable, and did not link to other parts of the British system.



Do you honestly think that my sig is not involved ?



edit on 12-9-2010 by tristar because: Adding extra quotes



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