Founded in 1982, Dialogic Communications Corp. (DCC), dba Cassidan Communications, is the pioneer and established leader in emergency notification. The company first worked to automate the complex calling procedures found in U.S. nuclear operations. Today, DCC’s on-premise, hosted and hybrid solutions are used by hundreds of public and private organizations worldwide, ensuring their communications readiness at all times. Notable uses of DCC’s technology include 9/11, the 2003 Northeast blackout and Hurricane Katrina.
Because of its long and proven track record, many organizations directly involved in the nation’s critical infrastructure look to DCC in times of crisis – and every single day. These encompass all levels of government, financial institutions, healthcare providers and public utilities, to name just a few. And, proudly, DCC supports numerous U.S. military operations directly involved in the nation’s homeland defense initiatives.
In 2006, DCC was acquired by California-based PlantCML, the leader in crisis communications and response. In 2008, PlantCML was acquired by EADS North America, the world’s largest aerospace and defense company. On March 1, 2011, the company changed its name to Cassidian Communications, an EADS North America company.