SuperCom Inc. Expands its First Responder Presence with Another Major County Government Order
County-wide Second-Phase Order Includes New Application to be used by Law Enforcement on Day-To-Day Basis
Since the beginning of 2007, company has announced winning orders from three county governments
MCLEAN, Virginia, May 21, 2007–SuperCom Inc., a provider of incident management, active RF and credentialing solutions, today
announced that it has received a second-phase order from a county government in the northeastern region of the U.S. The customer is
one of two northeastern U.S. counties that deployed the Company’s Incident Response Management System (IRMS) in January 2007.
The second-phase order includes a new application to be used by law enforcement agencies on a day-to-day basis, in addition to their
usage of IRMS systems for the control, management and tracking of personnel and assets in accordance with the requirements of U.S.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Presidential mandates and directives. The application includes a smartcard solution based on
a PKI interface that allows law enforcement personnel to access secure databases from remote locations. The solution also supplies
smartcards for authorized personnel that are interoperable with the other (Fire, EMS and Emergency Management) first responder cards
currently being used in the region.
Since the beginning of 2007 SuperCom has announced winning orders from three governmental counties–two in January, and the third one
in late April–which include both IRMS and similar PKI smartcard components for law enforcement. The three counties are adjacent to
one another and have a combined population of approximately 1.9 million.
“We were able to leverage our expertise as a technology integrator to provide a solution that addresses a complex set of requirements
established by the three northeastern counties that assure interoperability of smartcards in a wide range of applications,” stated
Moshe Wolfson, CEO of SuperCom, Inc. “We are pleased that this county government has elected to expand its business relationship with
us following the deployment of our IRMS system earlier this year. Interoperability among state and local governments, law enforcement
and public safety agencies represents a key goal of DHS programs, and we are encouraged by the manner in which these adjacent
northeastern U.S. counties have worked together with us to. achieve their common objectives.”