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2nd Quarter IXPY Award
The 2nd Quarter 2017 IXPY Award is to be awarded to Scott Efferen. Scott is a Fire and Law Enforcement dispatcher in the IXP-Danbury Emergency Communication Center. He is a mentor, quiet leader, and a dedicated and qualified employee. We are proud to have Scott as a member of the Western Connecticut 9-1-1 Center.
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LaaSer Critical Communications Announces Year-Long Pilot Program With ChatComm to Demonstrate Lifesaving 911 Caller Location Technology
LaaSer Critical Communications has teamed with IXP and the Chattahoochee River 911 Authority (ChatComm), to deliver enhanced services at the four Atlanta area municipalities served by ChatComm. These are the first of approximately 30 public safety answering points (PSAPs) that will be part of a nationwide pilot. LaaSer's platform enables immediate, accurate location of mobile phone users, as well as providing any supplemental data like emergency contact information, medical conditions and other pertinent details.
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IXP Corporation Announces Independent Audit Certifying Its System And Security Controls Meet AICPA Standards
IXP has built further trust and confidence in its service delivery processes and controls by obtaining an independent auditor’s report on the Suitability of the Design of Controls Relevant to Security, Processing Integrity, Confidentiality, and Privacy (SOC 2® Type 1). This report attests to the design and operating effectiveness of IXP controls. This certification is not mandatory; IXP chose to obtain this certification to provide our clients with an even higher level of comfort in our service delivery.
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Emergency Planning for Healthcare Facilities Must be Tailored to Specific Threats
IXP’s Michael Anderson spoke to Hospital Peer Review about the CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) rule that has established consistent emergency preparedness requirements for health care providers.
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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Require Hospitals to Develop More Specific Plans and Procedures for Emergency Response
CMS has finalized a rule that establishes consistent emergency preparedness requirements for health care providers participating in Medicare and Medicad. IXP's Michael Anderson spoke to Emergency Management Magazine about the new requirements.
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How Cal State Northridge Put the Brakes on Parking Lot Crime
Like many universities, California State University Northridge wanted to create a safer environment for the university community.  The University made the decision to implement video surveillance as a crime deterrent and to investigate incidents in real time. 
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Village of Gurnee/City of Zion Move Forward with Plan to Consolidate 911 Dispatch Service
A plan to merge the Village of Gurnee and the City of Zion 911 dispatch centers may be better for Zion in the long run, as it will provide better technology for emergency response and consolidate resources. The merger will help both communities to better respond to the community. IXP was sought after to consult on the consolidation.
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Urgent Communications features an in depth article about IXP's video analytics, as well as an interview with IXP President Larry Consalvos
Urgent Communications is a leading resource for the communications technology industry - how it evolves and how it is used. It serves key market segments including government/military; public safety (law enforcement, fire service, emergency medical & 911); utility; transportation and business enterprise...
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IXP Privatizing Emergency Dispatch
A corporate profile feature on IXP that was published in the October 14, 2015, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
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Communication Center Consolidation-Not a one size fits all proposition
This article was published in Public Safety Communications magazine – the official publication of APCO International.
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