BellSouth Intelligent Wireless Network

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BellSouth Intelligent Wireless Network

The name of the Mobitex network in the U.S. when BellSouth acquired all interest in RAM Mobile Data U.S. and formed BellSouth Wireless Data. See Mobitex.
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launch of the revolutionary BlackBerry[R] device enabled with BellSouth wireless services.
The BellSouth Wireless Broadband service is to be introduced into two new markets towards the end of this month, by BellSouth Corp (NYSE:BLS), a communications services provider based in Atlanta, in the US.
BellSouth customers can also now choose to bundle a Wi-fi service into their new or existing BellSouth Wireless Broadband service.
The GoBook connects to all major wireless networks via integrated radio options including BellSouth Wireless Data, CDPD, GSM, Motient, or Wireless LAN.
BellSouth Wireless Data, Woodbridge, NJ, changed its name to Cingular Interactive....
Major computing and communications companies such as BellSouth Wireless Data, Palm, Inc., Pitney Bowes, QUALCOMM, Research In Motion and Sony incorporate Certicom's technology into electronic commerce software, wireless messaging applications, and smart cards.
In addition to operating the CARE system for BellSouth Wireless, Alltel will have the ability to market that system internationally to BellSouth companies and affiliates.
When placed in a docking device in the van, the inspection results are sent along a BellSouth wireless network to headquarters.
Rick Dalmazzi, president of Certicom, says the partnership represents "an important endorsement of Certicom's advanced security technology and makes Sybase a key partner in building our business in the enterprise computing marketplace." Computing and communications companies such as 3Com/Palm Computing, BellSouth Wireless Data, Motorola, Pitney Bowes and VeriFone, incorporate Certicom's technology into electronic commerce software, wireless messaging applications, and smart cards.
In addition, CellNet has an agreement with BellSouth Wireless Data under which CellNet can operate its wireless local area data networks in conjunction with the BellSouth Intelligent Wireless Network to provide nationwide coverage for its telemetry services.
The company, McAteer says, is trying to drive a standard with just one machine - the Palm VII - and an "outdated" network, the BellSouth wireless network.
This product is virtually network-independent, supporting a number of data protocols, including AT&T CDPD and BellSouth Wireless Data's Mobitex.