NetMotion Software Certified on FirstNet Network
Thursday, October 18, 2018 | Comments

AT&T certified NetMotion Mobile and Diagnostics for state and local agencies on the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) network.

A component of AT&T’s FirstNet contract, NetMotion’s Mobility software is a mobile virtual private network (VPN) and quality of service (QoS) solution that optimizes and makes highly secure all application traffic on a FirstNet user’s device. This NetMotion app is FirstNet Certified and available in the new App Catalog for FirstNet.

“We’re pleased that NetMotion is an active member of the FirstNet ecosystem,” said Scott Agnew, assistant vice president, AT&T, FirstNet Program. “NetMotion’s software provides a critical link to enhance public safety’s access to applications they need to achieve their missions. NetMotion has a well-established relationship with the public-safety community and longstanding partnership with AT&T. As a FirstNet Certified application, first responders can be confident that NetMotion’s software is a trusted solution that meets FirstNet standards for relevancy, security and performance.”

More than 500,000 first responders use NetMotion software to provide continuous, highly secure access to mission-critical mobile applications, said Christopher Kenessey, CEO at NetMotion. Key features of the software include seamless connectivity, application prioritization, operational intelligence, troubleshooting and security.

Harris County, Texas, the third-largest county in the U.S., relies on NetMotion Mobility to provide access to applications on FirstNet.

“Mobility provides our first responders an optimized, resilient connection to the new public-safety broadband network from wherever a call takes them,” said Shing Lin, director of public-safety technology services for Harris County Central Technology Services. “NetMotion’s software prioritizes our applications, so that we always have access, even when we’re in rural areas. Ultimately this helps deliver the information our officers need to stay focused on protecting and serving the public.”

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