Telecommunications


John Jay College Gets Grant To Develop CUNY Emergency Management System

The Office of Continuing and Professional Studies at John Jay College of Criminal Justice received a $768,000 grant to develop an emergency management system. The award was issued by the United States Department of Education's Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools. The new system is intended to be used across all campuses in the City University of New York (CUNY) system.

Northern Illinois U Deploys Sipera Unified Communications Security Appliance

Northern Illinois University is deploying a unified communications security appliance from Sipera Systems. UC-Sec provides privacy and encryption, access control and authentication, threat mitigation, and security policy enforcement for real-time communications traffic, including voice over IP (VoIP), IP-based video, and instant messaging.

20 Institutions Sign On for Alert Services

Howard University in Washington, DC, Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, MN, Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, AR, and 17 other institutions have signed on to become Rave Wireless clients.

UNCF Implements Internet Telephony

UNCF--the United Negro College Fund--has partnered with iCore Networks to implement a centralized phone system using a concept the vendor calls Voice over Private Internet (VoPI). In a VoPI scenario, communications are done on a dedicated circuit.

UC San Diego Offers Free iPhone App

The University of California, San Diego (UCSD) has begun offering an iPhone application that provides mobile access to information about its courses, faculty, athletics, and videos from the university's YouTube channel.



Napa Valley College's Lockdown a Lesson in 'Hyper-Information'

When two men assaulted and robbed a merchant outside a bank in Napa, CA and then fled by SUV to Napa Valley College, the community college had the first real opportunity to test out its emergency alert system. What law enforcement officers learned in the course of that day, said campus police chief Ken Arnold, is that new forms of technology are changing fundamental practices of law enforcement in both positive and negative ways.

U Maryland Emergency Alert Technology Links Caller with Campus Police Dispatch

University of Maryland researchers have created a new emergency alert technology for cell phones and PDAs called V911, which they say could help improve campus safety.

American U Implements Wireless Campus Security Calling

In an effort to bolster student safety, American University in Washington, DC is implementing a service from Rave Wireless that allows students to use their cell phones to call campus security instead of tracking down the closest blue-light emergency phone.

U New Mexico Moves Forward in NEC IP Migration

The University of New Mexico (UNM) will be migrating to NEC Unified Solutions' Univerge SV8500 communications servers as it moves to a complete IP-based network over the next several years.

ClearSight Seeks To Improve 3G Mobile VoIP Management

The newest release of ClearSight Networks' network monitoring appliance addresses voice over IP quality of service. Version 7.0 of Network Time Machine (NTM) enables network administrators to quantify voice quality on 3G mobile networks.

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