TCS hopes October 911 date brings location services to forefront

Smith, Hilary
May 2001
RCR Wireless News;5/28/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 22, p15
Trade Publication
Reports that TeleCommunication Systems Inc. (TCS) is hoping that the United States Federal Communication Commission's Phase II E911 requirements will open up the market for its privacy technologies and will start mobile-location services. Why deploying E911 will accelerate mobile-location services; Addition of mobile-location and privacy capabilities to the portfolio of TCS; Key features of TCS versions of privacy center.


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