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cellular carrier

An organization that offers cellphone service within a geographic area. In the U.S., AT&T, Verizon and Sprint are the major carriers. See WISP.
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Currently, the cellular carrier is working with Huawei on the world's first commercial deployment of LTE-Advanced Pro based on eRAN11.
cellular carriers are under orders from the Federal Communications Commission to make it possible for police to pinpoint 911 cell-phone calls.
Pink Sheets: TUBR), with its mission to become one of the world's largest Internet video networks for users to view, upload, and share Internet video, today announced that its Mobile Video service has received approval for use with some major cellular carriers.
The company has partnered with industry leaders such as Qualcomm, NAVTEQ and ESRI to provide these solutions through cellular carriers in North America, East Asia and Latin America.
NCI continues to aggregate and certify products that allow cellular carriers to augment or replace landline service with cellular service.
The Company's wireless data technology is primarily focused on wireless video monitoring solutions that allow users to view real-time streaming video of security cameras or video content feeds at their home or place of business from anywhere they receive a cellular connection, regardless of the cellular carrier, user's location, or type of cellular phone or wireless device.
The petition requests that the US Federal Communications Commission define rules for how law enforcement and cellular carriers can help reduce the illegal use of cell phones in prisons by criminals.
A second model, offered by cellular carriers, relies on monthly subscription fees but guarantees more access points.
Additionally, the JBM product line is compatible with the air cards for each of the major cellular carriers.
Nevertheless, it's clear that a strategy for WiMAX is the biggest decision cellular carriers have had to make since planning for 3G deployment.