SOURCE: One Ring Networks

March 28, 2007 12:57 ET

Atlanta Police and One Ring Networks Team Up to Fight Crime the Hi-Tech Way

Next Generation Wireless Technology Puts Eyes on Mean Streets

ATLANTA, GA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 28, 2007 -- It's the intersection of cutting-edge technology and the desire to reduce crime in Atlanta that brought together Atlanta Police and wireless network provider One Ring Networks.

Today the Atlanta Police Foundation hosted a press conference to announce the deployment of surveillance cameras throughout downtown to better monitor high-crime areas and provide quicker response.

"The surveillance program is made possible by relatively new wireless technology that provides high bandwidth communications beyond what copper-based services offer and at a much lower cost," said Matt Liotta, CEO of One Ring Networks. "Fixed wireless communications afford the ability to relay video images from cameras in awkward places where traditional broadband carriers can't reach. That video feed is then routed back to monitors observed by Atlanta Police."

There are now approximately 12 video cameras in place throughout downtown to help Atlanta Police better monitor the most dangerous areas of the city. The cameras have already played a major role in reducing crime.

About One Ring Networks

One Ring Networks operates one of the largest hybrid fiber-fixed wireless networks in the United States and is one of the few carriers offering end-to-end telecommunications and networking services without relying on other companies' networks. Over its next generation network, One Ring offers high-speed data services, feature-rich IP phone services, IP telephony infrastructure, integration and management, and network monitoring and management. For more information, go to

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