ARDIS


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AcronymDefinition
ARDISAdvanced Radio Data Information Service (wireless two-way data network)
ARDISAdvanced National Radio Data Service
ARDISArmy RDTE Information System
ARDISArmy Research and Development Information System
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The synergy that exists between our companies, the breadth and depth of our ARDIS network and the world-class enterprise management expertise of CA are a winning combination for providing wireless data communications to Fortune 1000 corporations.
The wireless coverage provided by the ARDIS network, plus American Mobile's experience in machine-to-machine monitoring, field services and email, all provide a value-added proposition for wirelessly enabling Unicenter TNG to support our clients as they move into mobile eBusiness ventures.
Having recently become a facilities-based operator, which was a major milestone in the Company's telecommunications strategy, ARDIS has developed a plan for consolidation of distribution for its prepaid phone card products into the marketplace that includes opening regional offices in target markets across the country.
In 1997, the TransData MARK-V became the industry's first electricity meter to offer a nationwide wireless AMR solution using the ARDIS network.
Like most companies searching for a platform provider, we wanted versatility of applications, advanced functionality that included a web-based interface, and support for multiple brands of switches," explained Debbie Burgess, COO and executive vice president of ARDIS Telecom.
ARDIS is a registered trademark and eLink is a service mark of American Mobile Satellite Corp.
eLink will operate on the American Mobile ARDIS nationwide wireless data network.
FieldCentrix Enterprise will use the nationwide American Mobile ARDIS network as one of the wireless networks to transmit information, within seconds, between field technicians and the home office.
RICHARDSON, Texas, March 15 /PRNewswire/ -- In a significant wireless Automatic Meter Reading ("AMR") development, Itron/UTS announced that its MV-90 multi-vendor data collection system received ARDIS network certification for use on the ARDIS nationwide two-way wireless data network to retrieve metering data.
He contrasts these technologies with the mature American Mobile ARDIS, BellSouth Wireless Data and CDPD packet-data networks, concluding that users should not wait for the next developments in wireless data when they can benefit from it now.
Prior to the upgrades, the ARDIS network already provided the most extensive coverage footprint of any two-way wireless packet data network, providing coverage in 427 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and non-MSAs.
The ARDIS network also delivers deep in-building penetration, providing full two-way messaging capability and guaranteed delivery through a single service provider with nationwide scope, allowing users to communicate from virtually any customer site.