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Communications International to Showcase Latest Technology in Public Safety Grade Portable Radios

VERO BEACH, FLA., May 2, 2016 – Communications International (Ci) will showcase the latest in public safety-grade radio communications technology at the Florida Sheriff’s Association Executive Leadership Conference May 9-11 at Naples Grande Beach Resort in Naples, Florida. “For over 40 years, Ci has led the way in helping public safety agencies ensure the safety of their communities through reliable communications,” said Sales and New Business Development Director Henry Erfurt.

“We are pleased to highlight Harris’s line of P25 portable radios, and to continue to provide mission critical personnel with the best tools and technologies to use out in the field.” On display at Ci’s booth #307 will be Harris’s newest and most advanced radio, the XL-200P.

Designed with input from real life public safety professionals, the feature-rich XL-200P is the smallest full-spectrum, LTE-capable radio on the market. Conference attendees can witness a demonstration of the XL-200P as well as other models in the Harris XG series. In addition to portable radios, Ci will have information about its other products and services including solutions for achieving interoperability, in-building coverage, push-to-talk applications and more. Ci is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of this year’s FSA Executive Leadership Conference.

About Ci
Communications International (Ci) is a leading systems integrator with expertise in wireless voice, data and networking technology. Working with top manufacturers and software companies, Ci enables mission‐critical communications customers to achieve their vision by applying best in class technologies from concept to implementation. An employee‐owned company with over 150 employees and nine locations, Ci has tackled projects large and small and currently supports operations across the U.S. and abroad. For more information, please visit www.ask4ci.com.