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Kay Kapoor: AT&T to Continue Helping Navy Install 911 Routing Systems

Kapoor_Kay_smallAT&T‘s (NYSE: T) government solutions business has won a $10.4 million contract to continue to supply and install cloud-based 911 routing and call management systems at U.S. Navy bases nationwide.

The AT&T platform is designed to support a national Internet Protocol-based Next Generation 911 program, the company said Monday.

Kay Kapoor, president of AT&T Government Solutions, said the company built the 911 emergency call receiver technology to integrate with the Navy’s existing infrastructures.

The company supports the Navy’s emergency service network through four data centers.

AT&T and the Navy have deployed 61 call handling workstations at five of the branch’s regional dispatch centers and three of its local dispatch centers to date, according to AT&T.

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