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- Although the third major storm of the 2006 Atlantic hurricane season, Tropical Storm Chris, fizzled into a low-pressure system recently, apprehensions about impending natural and man-made disasters continue to circulate across the country.
A Wisconsin telecommunications company has been enlisted to take some of that apprehension away.
To address concer......Full article >>>
01c789a0">New York City Mayor's office to implement emergency cell broadcasting, a tool that delivers near-instantaneous messages to mobile phones in specified cell sites.
Greg Selig, senior director of operations and engineering for Einstein, manages overall network systems. He said that a demonstration of the technology conducted two months ago in Wisconsin provided groundwork for o......Full article >>>
choosing the most suitable mechanism.
Short messaging, also known as text messaging, allows for individually addressable messages, but it can be slow because of technical cues, deactivated handsets, and foreign messages for travelers, Selig explained. GSM is used by over two billion people across 213 countries and territories globally, according to
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