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AT&T, FirstNet Team With Sonim to Develop Portable Kits for Emergency Comms

TYSONS CORNER, VA, August 8, 2018 — The First Responder Network Authority and AT&T (NYSE: T) team has collaborated with Sonim to develop portable kits designed to facilitate communications via the FirstNet network in remote and rural areas during emergencies, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

AT&T said Monday the emergency drop kits will feature a Cradlepoint LTE router equipped with an integrated Wi-Fi and MC400 modem for data communications, and four Sonim XP8 devices preloaded with the Intrepid Response application for situational awareness.

The devices will be linked through a “connected bubble” to help first responders coordinate responses and maintain communications.

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