St Charles County Chooses Dataradio for Critical Mobile Wireless Data Network

  • January 26, 2005
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Atlanta, Georgia January 26, 2005 – Dataradio was selected by St Charles County’s Department of Dispatch and Alarm to provide 100 43.2 kbps GeminiPD+ mobiles and 5 Paragon Base Stations for St Charles County's Fire and EMS fleet utilizing Mentor Engineering status heads and computers. Some of the Gemini PD+ units will be dedicated to GPS. “We realize the need for our own private network,” said Bob Watts, Director of the St. Charles County Department of Dispatch and Alarm. “Dataradio has a reputation for quality equipment and support. That’s important to us as we move forward with this project.” “Dataradio appreciates the commitment our first responders make to the public’s safety. We are dedicated to providing equipment that ensures their safety and allows greater efficiency of their operations,” remarked Raymond Pache, Director of Government Sales for Dataradio. “Dataradio’s technology is designed to give our customers a wireless mobile data system they can depend on today, tomorrow and into the future!”ABOUT ST. CHARLES COUNTYThe St. Charles County Department of Dispatch and Alarm serves more than 311,000 county residents through the dispatch of medical and fire emergency services in response to 9-1-1 calls. As a vital link between citizens and emergency service providers, dispatchers relay pre-arrival instructions to callers and emergency responders in order to expedite necessary services.ABOUT DATARADIODataradio is a leading designer and manufacturer of reliable, Trusted Wireless Data systems for mission critical applications. Dataradio products are found at the heart of mobile data and SCADA networks around the world. With over 25 years of dedication to data technology and innovation, Dataradio has become the premier choice for Trusted Wireless Data systems. To learn more about Dataradio and Dataradio products visit our website at or call 1-770-392-0002.Dataradio is a registered trademark of Dataradio, Inc.

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