The XOP Network System, The Emergency Firebar Ringdown Telephone Conference System, allows for a single phone in a firebar group to go off hook and automatically call the other phones in the group and connect callers to a single conference.
First responders is a term that has received much exposure, media and praise in the last twenty years for a number of reasons. Tragedy and crisis seem to happen in our world today so much more frequently than in times past. Of course this isn’t true, but with the speed of technology and media in the digital world we live in, information is given in a blink of an eye and there are so many more places to receive news and updates and this makes bad news travel so much faster and broader.
First responders, police, firefighters, paramedics and also the military are the glue to peace and civility in this society. Without their service, the country would have total chaos not to mention no defense against crime, natural disasters and terrorism.
Nothing is more vivid in the minds of Americans than the sight of the Twin Towers rubble after 911 with brave firefighters holding the nations flag up as a symbol of hope and perseverance. It was a reminder of the tough and sometimes thankless job that these men and women have to bear.
One of the most unappreciated occupations these days is that of a paramedic. These brave souls save lives and work to help people every day from heart attacks to car crashes. They are always right in the thick of things because of medical and non-medical crisis.
Then there are the police officers across the country in the middle of the cities doing everything from fighting crime, helping direct traffic to getting a little kitten down that is stuck in a tree.
Lastly, the men and women of the military that are sent from one part of the world to another, many times with little warning to fight wars, activate rescue missions and to defend the nation from enemies that have sworn to destroy the idea of freedom and peace.
In most cases, these modern day heroes are taken for granted until they are needed in an emergency and they all have one thing in common, they must always be ready!
The most important thing that helps in readiness and preparedness in each of these examples is communication.
Communication is the key to success for first responders. It allows them to evaluate the first priorities in a crisis and to coordinate between each other the strategies necessary to be successful in helping people.
Telcom & Data introduces The XOP Network System .The Emergency Firebar RingdownTelephone Conference System provides a unique feature set that is designed for secure locations where instant communications is important. The XOP NetworksEmergency Ring Down System provides telephone ring down capabilities to multiple locations. The unique fire bar features allows for a single phone in a firebar group to go off hook and automatically call the other phones in the group and connect callers to a single conference.
Thanks to all the first responders for years of service to this country.
The XOP Network System is now available at Telcom & Data. For more information The XOP Network System, visit Telcom & Data’s website or call 1-800-335-0229.