The New York City Wireless Network, known as NYCWiN, is a government-dedicated broadband wireless infrastructure created to support public safety and other essential City operations. It is a highly-secure and redundant wireless network that provides agencies real-time access to high-speed voice, video, and data communications throughout the five boroughs.
NYCWiN is a key element of the City's shared IT infrastructure, and has transformed the delivery of citywide services by automating and streamlining transactions. Secure, real-time data transfers from the field and fixed wireless devices allow for highly-coordinated responses and enhanced situational awareness, 24x7.
- Is an interoperable Internet Protocol (IP)-based network bridging emergency management links between essential services agencies
- Allows users to access myriad agency systems and applications on laptops and handheld devices in the field
- Features prioritization of data traffic and 24x7 network support
- Enables the secure transfer of critical information
- Leverages two fully-redundant, 24-hour network operation centers and 377 transmitters with 24-hour battery backup capability, providing blanket coverage over 300 square miles across five boroughs
- Supplies data mobility to agency users traveling at speeds in excess of 70 mph
- Connects and empowers the City's mobile workforce