Ensuring Emergency Connectivity: 911 Systems and Recent Outages


In today’s digitally interconnected world, emergency services are the backbone of public safety in the US. One crucial component of this infrastructure are 911 systems, lifelines that connect individuals in emergency situations with immediate assistance. 

Enter Email to View Articles


Wednesday there were widespread outages experienced across multiple states in the United States. These events are still under investigation. Hacking is suspected.

The O.J. Simpson Legacy: What Lies Ahead for the Civil Jury Award – USA Herald

Middle East War: Iran Launches 200 Missiles Towards Israel – USA Herald

CHIPS Act: Samsung Secures $6.4 Billion Grant to Fortify Semiconductor Ecosystem in Texas – USA Herald

Understanding 911 Systems

The genesis of the 911 system dates back to February 1968 when the first emergency call was made. Prior to its inception, individuals had to dial local 7-digit numbers to reach police, fire, or emergency services. 

The catalyst for this revolutionary shift was the publication of the Accidental Death and Disability: The Neglected Disease of Modern Society,” landmark report in 1966, which highlighted the urgent need for a standardized emergency response mechanism to combat the rising tide of accidental deaths and injuries in the United States.