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cell broadcast

Transmitting a message to all mobile phone users within a geographic area. Cell broadcast is used to provide information such as weather, traffic and the locations of local gas stations and restaurants.
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one2many is the pioneer behind Cell Broadcast. 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.
Interactive Cell Broadcast Message through SIM-client/Mobile Client
KPN, working with Acision, selected one2many's Cell Broadcast solution as a core part of the service that will underpin the Dutch government's NL-Alert programme.
Cell broadcast services are used for time-sensitive location-based services and are increasingly used by governments around the world for emergency alerts.
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.
In addition, the platform enables brands to reach a mass audience on a personal scale by combining cell broadcast technology with relevant subscriber information.
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.
'Cell broadcast' technology enables text messages to be sent to mobile phone users in a certain area by authorities and the first tests began earlier this week.