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July 22, 2009
MAYOR BLOOMBERG, GOVERNOR PATERSON, SPEAKER SILVER, ELI LILLY AND COMPANY AND ALEXANDRIA REAL ESTATE EQUITIES ANNOUNCE IMCLONE WILL LOCATE ITS RESEARCH HEADQUARTERS AT EAST RIVER SCIENCE PARK
Global Biopharmaceutical Company is First Signed Tenant of New York City’s New State-of-the-Art Commercial Bioscience Complex
Growing Targeted Industries to Create Jobs and Diversify New York City’s Economy is Part of the Bloomberg Administration’s Five Borough Economic Opportunity Plan
Mayor Bloomberg ANNOUNCES ringling bros. and barnum and bailey circus is coming to coney island AS PART OF 2009 SUMMER season
“The Coney Island Boom-A-Ring!” Show Will Join an Array of Iconic Attractions and Events Set for Summer 2009 with Deals for Kids and Families
DOITT and Northrup Grumman Announce that NYCWiN is Operational Citywide
Leave it to America's biggest city to launch an equally big high-speed data network.
The New York City Wireless Network (NYCWiN) was rolled out to 70 percent of the city's police precincts and firehouses on April 1, giving the city's first responders and employees a unique public safety and public service network.
"It's the first network of its scope certainly anywhere in the country in terms of the amount of area we're covering," said Nick Sbordone, spokesman for the city's Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT), referring to New York City's 322 square miles.
MAYOR BLOOMBERG ANNOUNCES SELECTION OF NORTHROP GRUMMAN TO BUILD HIGH SPEED WIRELESS DATA NETWORK FOR POLICE OFFICERS, FIREFIGHTERS AND OTHER CITY WORKERS
Network Will Provide Critical Information to First Responders in the Field; Five-Year, $500 Million Contract Is Most Aggressive Public Safety Technology Initiative of Any Municipality
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor for Administration Edward Skyler and Commissioner of the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) Paul Cosgrave today announced the selection of the Northrop Grumman Corporation to create the Citywide Mobile Wireless Network (CMWN) for public safety personnel and other City agencies.
The city has awarded the defense company Northrop Grumman a $500 million contract to create a wireless network that will allow emergency responders to download fingerprints, mug shots, anti-terrorism databases, and other materials while in the field.
The five-year contract, announced yesterday by Mayor Bloomberg, will significantly upgrade the city's existing emergency technology in a post-September 11th world where terrorism is a constant concern.
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