Major changes are happening for emergency calls in Cherokee County.
DATE: February 21, 2019
“We’ve replaced a 30 year old technology,” said Cherokee County 911 Deputy Director Brandon Peeler, adding that changing the infrastructure was a two year process.
He said Cherokee County has the first 9-1-1 center in South Carolina to implement AT&T’s ESInet.
“Now all of our 9-1-1 lines will be delivered on an IP fiber network,” said Peeler.