CINETCOMM AWARDED PHASE 2 CONTRACT FOR MAJOR TRIBAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY

August 15, 2017 – Las Vegas, NV

Cinetcomm has been awarded the Phase 2 piece of an ongoing contract for a major tribal law enforcement agency operating in the Desert Southwest Region.  This TotalConnex solution implementation is providing an additional 48 systems for patrol and detective vehicles operating in an area roughly the size of the state of Connecticut.  They join other units which have been in the field since October 2015.

Under this contract, Cinetcomm will increase the size of the existing multi-channel 2-way radio system, provide broadband data service and track the officer’s vehicles as they operate across this very remote region using the TotalConnex hybrid 3G/4G/LTE/Satellite backbone.

“We are pleased that the tribe has decided to further implement the TotalConnex solution as the working backbone for their communications” stated Tom Soumas, Cinetcomm’s President & CEO. “As a proven network across the nation, it will strengthen officer safety and provide for better community assistance”.

This tribal implementation is one of many continuing projects underway within Public Safety communities to create a safer working environment for remotely dispersed officers, firefighters and EMTs across vast rural distances in the Western United States.

Source – Cinetcomm – Contact Brian Soumas (702) 844-2410

CINETCOMM AWARDED TOTALCONNEX CONTRACT FOR US FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE

June 30, 2017 – Las Vegas, NV

Cinetcomm has been awarded a multi-year contract from the United States Department of the Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Desert Southwest Region 8 to provide its TotalConnex hybrid network solution across this three state region for widely dispersed federal wildlife officers. The Region 8 primary operating area encompasses wildlife refuges across Southern Oregon, Nevada and California.  It will be dispatched out of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service Interagency Dispatch Center in El Cajon, California.

Under this contract, Cinetcomm will build a multi-channel 2-way radio system, provide broadband data service and track the officer’s vehicles as they operate across this very diverse region using the TotalConnex hybrid 3G/4G/LTE/Satellite backbone.

“This TotalConnex system implementation will be the first for a Department of Interior law enforcement agency.” stated Tom Soumas, Cinetcomm’s President & CEO. “We hope it will lead to further adaptation across the various Bureaus within the Department of the Interior”.

This implementation is one of many continuing projects underway within the Public Safety community to create a safer working environment for remotely dispersed officers, firefighters and EMTs across vast rural distances in the Western United States.

Source – Cinetcomm – Contact Brian Soumas (702) 844-2410

CINETCOMM IMPLEMENTS TOTALCONNEX FOR TRIBAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY

Chatsworth, CA – October 15, 2015

Cinetcomm has just completed the Phase 1 implementation of its TotalConnex hybrid network solution for a major tribal law enforcement entity in the Desert Southwest region of the United States.  This system will be providing coverage never before possible due to a lack of infrastructure across key portions of the Tribal Nation that kept officers from communicating with dispatch, each other, and assisting tribal members in every day operations.

The TotalConnex system provides a hybrid backbone of 3G/4G/LTE and Satellite across 100% of this nation, with 2-way radio, broadband mobile data and officer tracking/status.  Assuming successful implementation in this phase, the tribe expects to increase the number of units to encompass their entire operations area, which is roughly the size of the State of Connecticut.

“It is amazing to see what technology can do to increase the personal safety and effectiveness of these officers out in the field” stated Tom Soumas, Cinetcomm’s President & CEO. “Creating coverage where none has previously existed will make a real difference in the tribe’s day-to-day operations.  We are proud to be partners in providing this essential service.”

This implementation is one of many projects underway within the Public Safety community to create a safer working environment for remotely dispersed officers, firefighters and EMTs across vast rural distances in the Western United States.

Source – Cinetcomm – Contact Brian Soumas (702) 844-2410

TOTALCONNEX DEMO FOR TRIBAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

Las Vegas, NV – February 26, 2014

Cinetcomm has just completed successful demonstrations of the new TotalConnexSystem, a 3G/4G/LTE/Satellite-based mobile broadband system, featuring 2-way radio, mobile data and vehicle tracking for Tribal and First Nation’s Law Enforcement, at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Indian Country Section meeting in Las Vegas. Designed to benefit operations for all Indian Country Public Safety, this system provides critical connectivity for officers everywhere across North America without an investment in expensive infrastructure.

Cinetcomm has developed this new network in conjunction with Tribal Law Enforcement to meet the unique requirements of their extremely remote operations where no infrastructure exists, empowering officers to assist tribal members wherever required. TotalConnex System equipment integrates with existing 2-way radio and mobile data computing equipment, to enable connectivity of this equipment, along with creating additional functionality to track and assist officers wherever they might be.

At the heart of this system is a combination of L-Band satellite systems blended with their terrestrial counterparts, for least-cost, best available network connectivity. The technologies being employed are based in part on Cinetcomm’s new TotalConnex Network platform.

Network services include both commercial satellite and terrestrial carrier bandwidth, providing seamless connectivity to the vehicle onboard systems.

Several Tribal Law Enforcement agencies have already applied for grants to implement this system across their Nations. Pilot projects in select territories are expected to commence in Summer 2014.

Contact: Tom Soumas – tsoumas@cinetcomm.com – +1-818-775-0500

CINETCOMM ENGINEERS HYBRID BROADBAND SYSTEMS FOR MAJOR RAILROAD

Chatsworth, CA – January 26, 2014

Cinetcomm has just completed the design phase of a 3G/4G/LTE/Satellite-based hybrid mobile broadband system for the business car fleet of a major North American Railroad. The goal of this system is to provide connectivity to the fleet everywhere across the railroad’s geographically diverse operations.

Cinetcomm’s modular system design enables the railroad to provide connectivity to a single business car with a few passengers, or an entire train with hundreds of passengers. At the heart of this system is a combination of Ku- and L-Band satellite systems joined with their terrestrial counterparts, for least-cost, best available network connectivity. The technologies being employed are based in part on Cinetcomm’s new TotalConnex Network platform.

Network services will include both commercial satellite and terrestrial carrier bandwidth, providing seamless connectivity to the onboard systems.

Once installations have been completed and commissioned in Fall 2014, this railroad will have one of the most advanced communication systems for business cars in the industry.

Contact: Tom Soumas – tsoumas@cinetcomm.com – +1-702-844-2410

CINETCOMM COMPLETES UNIVISION NETWORK TRANSITION

Chatsworth, California – November 26, 2012

Cinetcomm has completed a major satellite and standards transition project for Univision Networks North American Operations. A seven month implementation followed several months of design collaboration between the respective organizations. The project consisted of a satellite transition/consolidation and changing from standard definition to high definition broadcasting for some 1,100 channel receivers at affiliate locations across North America.

Cinetcomm was responsible for fulfilling distribution of new Univision affiliate HD receivers, programming them with affiliate technicians, and ensuring they were ready for a November cutover. Cinetcomm managed the cutover with the Univision affiliates on a 24×7 basis, to ensure a smooth transition between satellites and standards – a compound task.

“This was a complex and demanding project” stated Tom D. Soumas, Jr., Cinetcomm’s President & CEO. “The team performed admirably against ever shifting project priorities and delivered on time and under budget. We were pleased to have been selected for this important technical transition by Spanish language television’s premiere network”.

With completion of this project, Cinetcomm continues to provide Univision with 24×7 network monitoring and affiliate support for North American operations.

Contact: Tom D. Soumas, Jr. – tsoumas@cinetcomm.com – (702) 844-2410

CINETCOMM INTRODUCES PATROL-CONNECT AT IACP 2012

San Diego, California – September 28, 2012

Cinetcomm has introduced Patrol-Connect at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference, September 27-30th in San Diego. This cutting-edge service provides assured connectivity for the First Responder community, utility and transportation workers everywhere they operate across North America.

The Patrol-Connect system consists of an integrated L-band broadband terminal operating across a secure IP-centric satellite-based backbone, landing at hubs located in the United States and Canada. With 256AES encryption, this FIPS140-2 compliant terminal provides 2-way radio voice, mobile data and vehicle status/location information to dispatchers keeping their field forces “always connected”, all at fixed fleet rates per month.

This system has been operating “live” onboard the Cinetcomm Connectivity Express demonstration platform – a passenger rail car parked at the historic Santa Fe (Amtrak) Depot in downtown San Diego during the conference.


To view this in person please call (818) 775-0500 and speak with a Cinetcomm associate who will arrange your visit to the train while it sits in San Diego through October 3rd.

After the IACP these units will be available for live demonstration by arrangement through a Cinetcomm associate.

TotalConnex – Interoperable PTT Network

Interoperability has a new name – TotalConnex

Chatsworth, California – June 30, 2012

Cinetcomm has completed installation of a 2-way Push-to-talk architecture forming the operating framework of a new subscriber network called TotalConnex. This application and hardware-based solution enables full interoperability between responders on an easily established basis when required by unforeseen emergency events. TotalConnex also works as a daily backbone connecting diverse elements operating across satellite, commercial or private networks, establishing communication across any enterprise.

“This innovative product and service is a Radio-over-IP portal that creates both network operability and the connective intertie required by a wide-variety of Public Safety and Industry clients,” stated Tom Soumas, Cinetcomm’s President and CEO. “Eliminated is the need for our clients to invest in building out a network backbone of their own. It’s economical to establish, try out, and use this network with smart phones, 2-way portables and other communication elements they already own.”

Customers can use Cinetcomm’s embedded network servers or purchase stand-alone head-ends that operate across the Cinetcomm global satellite and terrestrial carrier networks.

Contact: Brian Soumas – bsoumas@cinetcomm.com – 702-844-2410

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