NICE deploys IP recording solution for three Colorado public safety agencies

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

RA’ANANA, Israel—NICE Systems, a provider of integrated digital recording and management solutions, has successfully implemented its IP radio recording solution for three Colorado public safety agencies, the company announced Dec. 12.

NICE’s recording solution was purchased by the Jefferson County Emergency Communications Authority to supplement the Harris P25 VIDA digital communication system already in place. The three public safety agencies that will use the solution are the Lakewood Police Department, the West Metro Fire District and the Wheat Ridge Police Department.

The agencies are in the process of migrating to all IP VIDA radio networks but are still maintaining legacy radio systems during the transition.

“As more public safety agencies migrate to IP radio, they need proven recording technology that can ensure a seamless transition,” said Yaron Tchwella, security president and EVP of business operations at NICE. “NICE’s hosted solutions not only ease the switch to IP recording, they also enable these agencies to leverage shared infrastructure for reduced costs, getting the best of both worlds.”