June 10, 2013, Marlton/NJ – Xtel Communications announces that they will participate in Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Superstorm Sandy Symposium Wednesday, June 12th from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Division of Continuing Education campus in Teaneck, New Jersey. This one day symposium will bring together law enforcement, emergency management, public utilities professionals, health care and corporate partners to discuss lessons learned in developing best practices for addressing and managing large scale emergencies and natural disasters.
“Superstorm Sandy was an unprecedented event which resulted in widespread total communication loss for thousands of schools, businesses and government agencies,” notes Liz Sorino, Xtel’s Executive Vice President. “Xtel’s Hosted Voice Platform, housed in Xtel’s highly redundant Data Center, allowed customers to stay in contact with the outside world, even during the height of the storm” she adds. Xtel has specialized in comprehensive communications solutions for New Jersey K-12 schools and local government agencies since its inception in 1994.
About Xtel Communications, Inc.
Xtel Communications, Inc., a regional facilities-based Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) is now in its 19th year of operations providing local, long distance, Internet and cloud-based services to businesses, schools, and local government entities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

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