December 29, 2016

Davidson's Plans






Davidson County has a New Year's resolution of sorts.

County officials promise movement towards its proposed VIPER transition.


                                          

August 02, 2016

Viper Newsletter






The latest VIPER newsletter makes mention of new sites underway in Rutherford, Person, Jackson, and Stanley counties.

July 27, 2016

Eniva






VIPER TSU is cranking them out this week.

Add Eniva in Northampton County as the 215th site in the system.

July 13, 2016

Nakina






The Nakina site in Columbus County has gone live.

June 30, 2016

Sheffield In Davie County






Hold on. Yet another activation this date.

Sheffield in Davie County.

June 29, 2016

Davidison County VIPER Update






The Davidson County further advances its VIPER plans.


                                          

June 28, 2016

Now 214 Active Sites






Scotts Hill. Pender County. Now online.

June 17, 2016

VIPER Radio Purchase Part Of Denton Budget Proposal






The Town of Denton in Davidson County is proposing a new budget that will include VIPER radios.


                                          

June 13, 2016

Henderson County To Use VIPER Interoperability






Henderson County is utilizing VIPER to supplement its new communications system.


                                          

April 18, 2016

VIPER Rendezvous Mtn.






Online is VIPER's 213th site.

Rendezvous Mtn. located in Wilkes County.

April 13, 2016

Newest Newsletter






Of note this latest newsletter.

High Windy in Buncombe County is finally back online.

The Town of Matthews is not playing nice when it comes to vital public safety communication. VIPER site that was to replace Mint Hill was nixed.

March 24, 2016

Hyco Lake Becomes 212th Site






Hyco Lake in Person County is now the newest addition to the VIPER system.


January 13, 2016

Final Quarter 2015 Newslettter






The VIPER team final quarter 2015 newsletter is out.

January 09, 2016

Davidson Talks VIPER






Davidson County officials take a hard look at public safety communications options and a VIPER partnership.