Diversified Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of 911 Enable
911 Enable deploys and manages E911 call routing solutions for enterprise IP phone systems. The company’s solutions include E911 call routing services, automated phone tracking appliances, and security desk notification systems. It also provides assessment, planning, implementation, testing, emergency gateway configuration, IP-PBX configuration, database provisioning, address validation, troubleshooting and monitoring, and operation and maintenance training services. The company’s solutions ensure 911 calls and accurate location information are routed to appropriate public safety answering points in the United States and Canada. It serves manufacturing, government, education, finance, and he...
Montreal, QC H4P 2R9
Founded in 2005
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911 Enable Key Developments
911 Enable and Carousel Industries Announce Reseller Partnership
Sep 16 13
911 Enable and Carousel Industries announced the signing of a reseller agreement. Working together, Carousel Industries will be able to offer their customers 911 Enable's robust and reliable E911 solutions which are certified across all major PBX platforms, including Avaya Aura, IP Office and Microsoft Lync. 911 Enable's products and services provide organizations of all types and sizes with critical capabilities required to meet state and local E911 regulations, including automatic IP phone tracking, on-site security notification, and E911 call routing across the US and Canada.
MyAssist Selects 911 Enable as E911 Partner
Jan 8 13
911 Enable announced a new partnership to provide MyAssist with quick and efficient E911 call routing services. In the event of an emergency, Telematics Service Providers (TSPs) like MyAssist must be able to connect their subscribers to the appropriate Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) in the caller's geographic area. However, this can be challenging because MyAssist's Telephone Concierge Specialists (TCS) may be located in a different region than a calling subscriber, and may not have the necessary information available to connect a subscriber in crisis to their local PSAP. 911 Enable helps TSPs solve this challenge with its hosted PSAP Link service. PSAP Link seamlessly integrates with MyAssist's proprietary technology to facilitate the transfer of 911 calls and location information to the appropriate PSAP with the click of a button, reducing emergency response times and improving subscriber safety. With connectivity to over 5,500 PSAPs across the US, PSAP Link ensures that MyAssist can connect their subscribers to the help they need, when they need it most. Together, 911 Enable and MyAssist have leveraged their partnership to provide comprehensive E911 services for added customer value.
911 Enable Announces E911 Emergency Support for Microsoft Lync 2013
Nov 5 12
911 Enable announced that its E911 solutions are capable of supporting Microsoft Lync 2013. With Microsoft's recent announcement that Lync 2013 has achieved release to manufacturing (RTM) status and will be generally available in early 2013, it is critical that a suitable E911 solution be available to support it. 911 Enable complements the inherent E911 functionality of Microsoft Lync -- including the new E911 features unveiled in Lync 2013 -- to help customers meet E911 regulations and keep employees safe in times of crisis. 911 Enable's primary offering for Lync 2013 is the Emergency Routing Service (ERS). 911 Enable also offers two optional on-site appliances, the Phone Discovery Manager (PDM) and the Emergency Gateway (EGW), which organizations may elect to implement based on their unique requirements. The PDM is intended mainly for organizations requiring Layer 2 discovery for soft phones, since this is a feature not supported inherently by Lync. The EGW is a Microsoft Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program (UCOIP) qualified E911 ELIN Gateway that allows organizations to route 911 calls via the local exchange carrier rather than an E911 SIP trunking service. The EGW also acts as a Secondary Location Information Server (LIS) to centralize E911 management for organizations using Lync alongside other voice platforms (e.g. Cisco, Avaya, etc.).
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