ARDIS


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ARDIS

(Advanced Radio Data Information Service) The first wireless data network in the U.S. It was formed in 1983 by Motorola and IBM to support IBM field service technicians. ARDIS was later spun off as a commercial venture and grew to cover more than 11,000 cities and towns in the U.S., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands. See DataTAC.
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He was a founder of ARDIS, which is now Motient, the nation's largest two-way wireless data network.
In addition, the solution is built to work with various wireless data networks, such as Mobitex, ARDIS, GSM, GPRS and CDMA.
Berger holds the distinction of being one of the founders of ARDIS (now Motient Corporation), the world's largest wireless data network.