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Monthly Archives: March 2010

Incident Communications Solutions (ICS) Demonstrates pCom™ 355 at National Hurricane Conference in Orlando, Florida

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Incident Communications Solutions, LLC (ICS), an IP-Centric mobile and tactical communication solutions provider, demonstrated its newest self-contained communication solution delivered in partnership with Squire Tech Solutions, LLC. Unveiled during the 2009 National EMEX Conference, the ICS pCom™ 355 is the latest in a line of comprehensive, turnkey communications solutions which include the TICS® Tactical Incident Communications System, the Comms-ONE® SUV and other Mobile Command Systems featuring advanced IP networking and communications. Read More

Why Squire Tech Solutions Joined The EDGE®

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Squire Tech Solutions manufactures advanced satellite interoperable communication networks and mobility trailer systems for first responders, military and public safety applications.
Michael B. Zalle, Vice President, Squire Tech Solutions, LLC.

Each product that Squire Tech develops goes through a collaborative engineering process with feedback from at least one end user per target market, and its integrated component manufacturers. This collaborative process begins with market demand, and is driven by Squire Tech’s core competency in engineering and development of satellite-enabled interoperability systems. Read More

pCom Emergency Response Trailers Certified for JP-8 Fuel

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Squire Tech Solutions pCom 300 and pCom 400 approved by Perkins for JP-8 Fuel.

About JP-8: JP-8, or JP8 (for “Jet Propellant 8?) is a jet fuel, specified in 1990 by the U.S. government. It is kerosene-based. It is a replacement for the JP-4 fuel; the U.S. Air Force replaced JP-4 with JP-8 completely by the fall of 1996, to use a less flammable, less hazardous fuel for better safety and combat survivability. U.S. Navy uses a similar formula to JP-8, JP-5. JP-8 is projected to remain in use at least until 2025. Read More