Learn E911 terminology:
The process by which a call is forwarded from its source to its intended destination.
A dispatchable location refers to not only the street address of the caller, but more specific information such as a room number, floor number, or any other relevant information that may help a first responder locate the caller.
The process of connecting each caller to the right destination at the right time.
A unique address that identifies a specific device on a network.
An organization that provides access to the internet for various clients.
An intermediary between a client and a server where the client is asking for a resource from the server (NENA.org).
The point at which emergency calls from either a landline or cell phone are received.
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