Red Herrings and Bogeymen: Setting the Record Straight on TruePosition’s Misinformation Campaign

by Joe Marx

Assistant Vice President of Federal Regulatory

TruePosition and its fully-controlled FindMe911 coalition is at it again, spreading misinformation and ill-informed criticisms of the APCO, NENA, and Wireless Industry Roadmap for Improving Location Accuracy.  Others have blogged to explain the benefits and merits of the Roadmap, and it’s our experience that the more people hear about the voluntary agreement and fully understand…

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AT&T on Industry ‘911’ Location Accuracy Consensus Plan

The following statement may be attributed to Joan Marsh, AT&T Vice President of Federal Regulatory: “AT&T is proud to be part of the ‘911’ Consensus Plan filed today.  We have long relied on expertise from APCO and NENA to lead the way on 911 issues, and believe the robust framework filed today will respond to…

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AT&T Statement Regarding Commissioner Rosenworcel Remarks at APCO

The following may be attributed to an AT&T spokesperson: “AT&T is fully supportive of finding a solution that enables 911 Emergency Responders to locate callers using cellular phones indoors.  Indoor location accuracy has been an issue that has perplexed the industry and the public safety community for years.  We believe we are making progress towards…

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‘911’ Location Accuracy: Getting to Dispatchable Addresses

by Joan Marsh

Executive Vice President of Regulatory & State External Affairs

TruePosition recently commissioned and produced a test report purporting to show that its proprietary technology can meet the FCC’s proposed benchmarks for locating wireless 911 callers horizontally and vertically indoors.  The tests were run on a test bed in Wilmington, Delaware outside the context of the established CSRIC process specifically designed to assess new “911”…

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More on Auction Limits

by Joan Marsh

Executive Vice President of Regulatory & State External Affairs

The word out of the FCC is that we can expect a 600 MHz auction framework item in the May timeframe.  This has set the auction restrictions drums beating (again).  Calls for large-carrier limitations and even strategic set asides are growing ever louder. In all the rhetoric, some fundamental facts are getting lost.  So, let’s ground…

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AT&T Statement on ‘911’ Location Accuracy

The following statement may be attributed to an AT&T spokesperson: “AT&T fully supports the FCC’s goal of improving accuracy in locating ‘911’ wireless callers in both outdoor and indoor locations.  Unfortunately, the Commission has tentatively proposed unrealistic targets for location accuracy indoors.  Indeed, the recent FCC CSRIC Report shows that no vendor currently has proven…

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AT&T Statement on FCC’s Text-to-911 Policy Statement and NG911 Proposed Rulemaking

The following may be attributed to an AT&T spokesperson: “Today’s action by the FCC is an important step in the Commission’s and the industry’s ongoing efforts to enable consumers to reach ‘911’ emergency personnel through text messaging no matter the underlying service or technology. Since joining our fellow carriers in a voluntary commitment, AT&T has devoted…

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