Wireless | Emergency & Public Safety Solutions
- We provide sales, marketing and project management services to companies specializing in wireless and public safety solutions.
- IBWS lowers the cost, risk and expense associated with launching or selling your solution in the U.S.
- With a minimal contract commitment, we strive to earn our client’s business every day.
- We offer customized service plans with no long-term commitment.
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WE PROVIDE PRODUCTS & SERVICES TO CONNECT PEOPLE & THEIR DEVICES – SO THEY CAN REMAIN BOTH PRODUCTIVE & SAFE
Emergency Responder Radio Communication System (ERRCS) & Cellular Solutions
IBWS can provide a cost-effective ERRCS for your property when mandated by local ordinances.
Push to Talk Over Broadband & Emergency Services
IBWS services are hosted on top-notch powerful web servers, designed as a Higher Availability system.
Public Safety Software Solutions
IBWS public safety requires first responders to have top-notch operational software systems that handle everything from 911 calls to the release of prisoners.
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We are proud to be introducing TASSTA’s Emergency Solutions to the United States! We are hosting a free breakfast meeting at the Stanford Court Hotel at 909 California Street in San Francisco, CA on December 12, 2018. If you can’t make it to our in person seminar, you...
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What’s the difference between passive and active distributed antenna systems (DAS)? We hear this question a lot in our field. To put it simply, a distributed antenna system, or DAS, is a clustered installation of antennas to boost cellular network coverage in areas...
"Residents of Denver’s Riviera apartments were surprised earlier this year when a roughly 30-foot-tall green pole appeared a few feet in front of their building entrance. The pole, installed by Verizon Communications Inc. and laden with cellular antennas, was designed...