Having built the world's first Cell Broadcast
Centre in 1996, it can claim to have the most mature Cell Broadcast
solutions on the market.
Using the geographically redundant Cell Broadcast
solution, the carrier will be able to deliver location-specific emergency alerts to all mobile phone subscribers on behalf of the Dutch government.
For mobile operators meanwhile, Cell Broadcast
represents a unique opportunity to locally optimise the capacity utilisation rate and to launch new revenue-generating services.
Celltick's robust Cell Broadcast
Center (CBC) solution supports the CMAS by ensuring mass distribution of messages with minimal network load, scalable to limitless amounts of subscribers, with an overload-proof system to ensure reliability.
Our customers have requested and even demanded LTE support on our Cell Broadcast
systems which are already in use on CDMA, GSM, 3G and Wifi networks.
Maarten Mes, Managing Director of one2many, commented: "This award represents industry-wide recognition that our Cell Broadcast
technology delivers a truly best-in-class approach to dealing with issues such as public warning, while also providing revenue-generating opportunities for mobile operators based on location-aware services.
A cell broadcast
system intended to alert people to terrorist attacks, natural disasters, chemical explosions and other life-threatening events, has been tested by Einstein Wireless, a wireless carrier based in Wisconsin, in the US.
Maarten Mes, Managing Director of one2many, commented: "We have been working hard to deliver the benefits of Cell Broadcast
to operators through premium products.
Delivering immediate and widespread message broadcasting, Cell Broadcast
services are particularly sought after for time-sensitive location-based services.
IT services and wireless telecomms solutions provider LogicaCMG has been commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs to build a government-sponsored mobile alert system based on cell broadcast
a subsidiary of West Corporation and the leading provider of 9-1-1 technology solutions, today announced an agreement with one2many, the world's leading cell broadcast
technology company, to enable Commercial Mobile Alert System (CMAS) messages to wireless service providers in the U.
Digital telecomms test systems provider Catapult Communications Corp (Nasdaq: CATT) has upgraded its DCT2000 test system for testing 3GPP Cell Broadcast