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11/04/2012

PageOne to give sneak preview into new paging developments at British APCO 2012

London, 11 April, 2012 – PageOne Communications, the UK’s leading provider of mobile messaging solutions to the public and enterprise sectors, today announced it will be exhibiting at British APCO 2012 alongside its two-way paging partner Swissphone.

Two-way paging has seen an increase in demand across the public sector and emergency services, highlighting the growing desire for technology that can offer its users both cost and efficiency savings whilst improving the management of resources. Representatives from PageOne and Swissphone will be available at the conference to advise organisations on getting the greatest performance and value from their critical messaging.

PageOne will also be offering a preview into an exciting new development taking place – the news that dual frequency scanning will be available in the UK for the first time from PageOne. Once launched, this unique solution will provide a cost-effective option for organisations looking to improve the robustness of their operational and incident management processes. By simultaneously monitoring for critical messages over two channels (both on-site and wide-area), dual frequency paging can ensure widespread reach and resilience without the need to maintain extensive on-site paging systems where wide area paging coverage is already available.

For example, many organisations currently operate an on-site local transmitter network in addition to using the PageOne wide area network. A dual frequency pager will continually monitor both channels, decoding the message from whichever is currently displaying the strongest signal.

“Dual frequency deployment allows the coverage to be combined between the two paging networks and leverages the synergies of commercial wide area paging,” said Chris Jones, CEO of PageOne. “With the pressure on for organisations to do more with less, considerable savings can be made while at the same time delivering increased resilience”.

Join us at British APCO 2012, 16-17 April, Stand F1, Manchester Central.

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