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ESChat achieves "FirstNet Certified" status ensuring its public safety customers will have access to QPP and other benefits of FirstNet.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (PRWEB) March 01, 2018
ESChat’s secure Push to Talk (PTT) application has achieved FirstNet’s highest level of validation, “FirstNet Certified.” In 2017, the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) launched its Application Ecosystem to foster innovation in public safety. The key piece of the ecosystem is an App Store containing certified apps which are offered at two levels of validation: FirstNet Reviewed and the more stringent FirstNet Certified. The FirstNet Certification process is performed as a joint effort by FirstNet and AT&T.
The initial launch of FirstNet service includes Quality of Service, Priority and Preemption (QPP) for all applications. Beyond the initial launch phase, FirstNet will only provide QPP to “FirstNet Certified” applications. “Our participation in the ‘FirstNet Certified’ program ensures our public safety users will have access to the QPP benefits of FirstNet,” said Josh Lober, President, ESChat. “Having participated in many FirstNet special events, we are keenly aware that QPP will be a key differentiator assuring public safety access to reliable communication under the most stressed network conditions.”
The FirstNet App Store provides all FirstNet subscribers access to FirstNet approved applications. These applications are also able to integrate FirstNet provided APIs, enabling features such as Single Sign-on (SSO).
ESChat (http://www.eschat.com) is the leading solution for carrier independent Secure Push to Talk (PTT) over LTE communications. ESChat includes AES-256 encrypted PTT voice and multimedia (text and image) messaging. ESChat also provides live and historical (bread crumb) tracking and mapping. Currently used by the U.S. Military as well as federal, state and local law enforcement, ESChat is able to operate over and across any wireless network, including all commercial carriers, private 3G/4G networks and WiFi. ESChat supports interoperability with all LMR radio networks, including P25 via the native Inter RF Subsystem Interface (ISSI) protocol and DMR via the native Inter Application Interface Specification (AIS) protocol.
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