There was a wide assortment of products and services unveiled at Communications 2001. These included the following: Bell Mobility announced that it has deployed its next generation wireless data netw...
January 1, 2002
There was a wide assortment of products and services unveiled at Communications 2001. These included the following:
Bell Mobility announced that it has deployed its next generation wireless data network (CDMA 1xRTT) in the Greater Toronto Area and is making it available to partners and a group of corporate customers seeking to use a variety of advanced mobile solutions.
Nokia Corp. unveiled the new Nokia 6360 wireless phone, which integrates a number of connectivity functions including a WAP 1.2.1 browser and text communication features such as e-mail support and picture messaging.
IntelliWhere, a division of Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions Corp., demonstrated its IntelliWhere LocationServer platform. The product is aimed at telecommunications firms and portal operators that want to provide their customers with the ability to deliver and receive intelligent information via a wireless PDA.
AudioVox Communications Corp. announced the addition of the CDM-100, an entry-level, dual-mode wireless handset to its CDMA product line.
Testworx Inc. showcased the GPRS monitoring applications of the Ghepardo Network Protocol Analyzer/Server by Sunrise Telecom. Ghepardo users can monitor their network and troubleshoot directly from a Web browser. Up to 256 servers can be globally deployed and networked on a TCP/IP network.
Paul Barker, a contributing editor with the Business Information Group, specializes in e-commerce and Internet issues. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.