Mutualink is the leading provider of a best-in-class multimedia interoperability platform that enables public safety agencies and enterprise security to share voice, video and data for improved cross-agency communications. Partners and clients trust us to provide innovative, scalable, secure solutions they rely on during emergencies and every day.
Mutualink, incorporated in Connecticut in 2006, is a privately-owned company based in Wallingford, CT. Research and development facilities located in Westford, MA, Mayaguez, PR and Allen, TX.
Mutualink is committed to providing secure interoperable communications to keep communities connected.
Our customers deserve to be well ahead of the curve, with future-looking innovative interoperability to connect any system and any device over any network at any time.
Mutualink’s hardware and software empowers agencies to seamlessly communicate.
The company connects radio, phone, video, text and data among customers on the network.
The solution grew out of needs identified after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. It is based on FEMA’s National Incident Management System (NIMS).
Mutualink solutions enhance public safety in multiple market sectors. Enabling communication within a sector and across multiple sector, including:
It’s nice to know that someone is out there making the world you work in safer, whether you’re a police officer, schoolteacher, doctor, airline pilot, toll taker, or any public or private employee.
Mutualink has developed proprietary software to enable you to connect multiple end devices - radio, video, phones, and computers – to improve response time in emergency situations. Our software
LNK360™ offers True Interoperability®.
True Interoperability® facilitates multi-channel communications across a wide range of existing systems and devices used in school safety alert systems, public service departments, hospitals, airports, and more.
Mutualink engineers and software developers are excited about the discoveries we have made with interoperable connectivity. It’s our passion to make communications better, clearer, faster, and easier. At Mutualink, we have a special sense of satisfaction knowing that our solutions help you save lives.
While our interoperable radio communications systems are used in the public service and private business sectors, one of our focal use cases is within schools. Despite the efforts of governments and school districts to keep students, teachers and staff safe, school shootings still happen with alarming regularity. The only way to prepare for an attack is to be constantly vigilant, and Mutualink’s technology makes that a possibility.
Our team created LNK360™ software to connect radio, voice, text, video, and data in one central location, viewable to anyone in your network at any time. LNK360™ Interfaces with push-to-talk (PPT), mission-critical push-to-talk (MCPTT), and over-the-top push-to-talk (OTT PTT) technology provides seamless, real-time connections.
Mutualink helps schools with grant applications. Federal funding sources such as the US Department of Justice's School Violence Prevention Program are available to fix security gaps, using Mutualink solutions because they exceed school safety best practices.
In some states, Alyssa’s Law mandates school panic button systems that automatically alert first responders to an emergency. In other states where Alyssa’s Law is not mandated, schools are taking matters into their own hands and inquiring about panic buttons and other technology for school safety alert systems. Our priority has been to create the best panic alarm systems as well as active shooter apps for schools to protect the future of our children and our country.
Mutualink has created True Interoperability® with the best solutions for connectivity between radio communications systems, school safety systems, police departments, first responders, and other public and private service departments. Our engineers work to drive continuous improvement to existing systems and introduce new products and services to improve public safety. Our goal is to stay on top and to be America’s first choice in protecting people.
Having a reliable multichannel communication system during a disaster can mean the difference between life and death. Our systems save lives.