N.J. County Hires V-COMM to Oversee New P25 Tower
Friday, November 01, 2019 | Comments

Cumberland County, New Jersey, hired V-COMM to help enhance the county’s proposed 700 MHz Project 25 (P25) system and build a new wireless communications tower in Port Norris, located in Commercial township, New Jersey.

V-COMM previously helped Cumberland County with new towers in Maurice River township and Lawrence township as part of a plan to migrate the county’s first responders to the Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC) network.

“Several years ago, we developed a plan for the county to work with the state of New Jersey to develop an interoperable communications network with up-to-date features needed by first responders,” said Dominic Villecco, president of V-COMM. “It’s great to be a part of the effort to bring advanced communications to the first responders in Cumberland County.”

“Our plan all along was to develop a joint network with New Jersey,” said Gabe Scarpa, director of 9-1-1 for Cumberland County. “The new tower in Port Norris is another step in the right direction to developing a reliable and robust radio communications system for first responders.”

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