States may pool funding and collaborate on FirstNet build-out

02/12/2013 | Urgent Communications

States might pool money from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and coordinate efforts to establish their parts of the nationwide public-safety LTE network. Charlotte, N.C., is working with the state of North Carolina and might bring in South Carolina on centralized planning, while Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia have created a Mid-Atlantic Consortium for Interoperable Nationwide Advanced Communications to manage regional network build-out.

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