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Company Overview of Mutualink, Inc.
Mutualink, Inc. provides secure interoperable communications and information sharing solutions for emergency management and first responders, and armed forces, as well as security and protective services in the United States. It offers Mutualink, an IP-based interoperable communications platform that enables community-wide multimedia sharing of radio, voice, text, video, data files, and telephone communications in a secure environment. The company’s Mutualink system is deployed by various public and private entities worldwide, including homeland security and defense installations, NATO Special Operations Forces, police and fire departments, schools and universities, transit authorities, hosp...
1269 South Broad Street
Wallingford, CT 06492
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Mutualink, Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
President and Chief Financial Officer
Chief Legal Counsel, Senior Vice President and Director
Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Mutualink, Inc. Key Developments
Mutualink, Inc. and IP Access International Announce New Disaster Resilient Emergency Communications Solution
Sep 14 15
Mutualink, Inc. and IP Access International announced a new disaster resilient emergency communications solution for public safety and critical infrastructure entities that enables real time, interoperable voice, video and data communications during major disasters. The solution ensures that agencies maintain critical interoperable communications with other agency partners and critical infrastructure entities, even in cases where traditional communications networks are rendered inoperative. By combining Mutualink’s national always-on interoperable network (known as the IRAPP) with IP Access’ advanced broadband satellite solution, agencies can ensure connectivity with critical partners and services in times of disaster. Mutualink creates local to national real time interoperability by enabling agencies to securely bridge voice communications systems, such as radios and telephones, and share video, files and data on demand with other partner agencies on the IRAPP in times of emergency. The system employs an innovative peer-based architecture that enables agencies to collaborate at any time while retaining full security and control over their systems and assets. Mutualink’s solution is also network agnostic, meaning an agency can use any Internet-enabled connection to reach the network, including wired, wireless, FirstNet and satellite-based broadband connectivity. Because of the peer-based nature of the system and lack of centralized server or switch, agencies connect with each other dynamically on demand. Utilizing the advanced broadband satellite capabilities provided by IP Access, communications between and among partner agencies will be delivered without ever having to route through ground-based communications networks that may be damaged or impaired in a disaster.
James G. Natoli Joins Mutualink's Advisory Board
Jan 26 15
Mutualink, Inc. announced that James G. Natoli, who served for nearly 40 years in New York State’s legislative and executive branches, has joined the company’s advisory board. Mr. Natoli’s in-depth knowledge and experience in statewide disaster planning and response initiatives will be a significant asset to the Mutualink team. James Natoli served as the Senior Advisor to New York Governor Pataki for Disaster Preparedness and Response, responsible for the state’s Prevention and Preparedness Council. Previously, he served as the Director of Disaster Preparedness and Response, as well as the Director of State Operations.
New Jersey’s Deployable Public-Safety LTE Solution to Include Mutualink’s Collaboration Platform
Jan 22 15
New Jersey's deployable public-safety LTE system will include collaboration software from Mutualink that is designed to ensure local-area interoperability via multiple technologies in almost all circumstances, as well as long-range interoperability when backhaul connectivity is available. In cooperation with FirstNet, the state of New Jersey is establishing a first-responder LTE system comprised entirely of deployable equipment in 2015. Mutualink's media-cohesion solution demonstrated last fall in the Urban Shield exercise with Oceus Networks will be deployed throughout the system to provide flexible communications. Mutualink's media-cohesion package will be part of all of New Jersey's SOWs, which includes the evolved packet core (EPC) necessary to make LTE function properly, in a deployable collaboration node. In addition, the solution will be used as a tactical collaboration node rugged portable case that connects to a SOW via Band 14 LTE and can serve a command center at a scene. In addition to the company's work with deployable equipment, Mutualink's solution is also part of the public-safety LTE network in Harris County, Texas, which utilizes fixed base stations. Learning the capabilities of both the fixed and deployable systems promises to be important to FirstNet.
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