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 Links and resources
Information on Inmarsat- who currently operate a global satellite system which is used by independent service providers to offer a range of voice and multimedia communications for remote and mobile customers.
Maritime Global Net (MGN) is an open access web site established by Maritime Information Systems, Inc. to provide a comprehensive, online directory of maritime organizations and information.
Contains vessel specific information derived from the United States Coast Guard's Marine Safety Information System (MSIS) and represents a snapshot of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) data compiled within the MSIS database.
www.angloeasterngroup.com /links_&_resources.htm

  
 Encyclopedia: FOMA
FOMA, officially short for Freedom of Mobile Multimedia Access, is the brand name for the 3G services being offered by Japanese mobile phone operator NTT DoCoMo.
W-CDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) is a type of 3G cellular network.
FOMA is compatible with standard UMTS, both via the radio link as well as via USIM card exchange, and hence provides several alternatie options for global roaming: either with or without change of handset.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/FOMA   (1012 words)

  
 NTT DoCoMo Invests in Linux Supplier MontaVista
NTT DoCoMo announced in December 2003 that it would adopt Linux for future 3G mobile phones, and its partners NEC and Panasonic chose MontaVista Linux to power a jointly developed Linux smart phone design meant for use with DoCoMo's 3G FOMA (Freedom of Mobile multimedia Access) network.
Japan's largest mobile phone carrier, NTT DoCoMo, has taken a $3 million equity stake in embedded Linux tools and support company MontaVista Software Inc.
MontaVista's last round of financing in April raised $7 million, and brought in new investors that included Siemens Venture Capital, Samsung Ventures America, Infineon Ventures, and China Development Industrial Bank.
www.eweek.com /article2/0,1759,1745054,00.asp?kc=EWRSS03119TX1K0000594   (715 words)

  
 Mobile CommerceNet / NTT to push FOMA as a business application
FOMA -- short for "freedom of mobile multimedia access" -- is NTT& 3G mobile phone system, and features handsets that can handle high-speed data transmission and also access scaled-down Internet pages.
Sales of handsets with FOMA functions have so far remained sluggish, reaching around 130,000 units as of early September, against a target of 1.38 million units by March 31, 2003.
We want to present various business models with FOMA to expand the use of the system among corporate users," managing director Kunio Ushioda is quoted.
www.mobile.commerce.net /story.php?story_id=2419   (313 words)

  
 ASAHI Net - FOMA Service
FOMA (Freedom of Mobile multimedia Access) is a third-generation mobile phone service offered by NTT DoCoMo.
Each of these services has its own connection method: read on for more detail.
Connections to the FOMA service will be metered by ASAHI Net and the total connection time in a month used when calculating the member's monthly charges based on the ASAHI Net Course/Plan they use.
www.asahi-net.or.jp /en/foma.html   (440 words)

  
 NTT DoCoMo Invests in Linux Supplier MontaVista
NTT DoCoMo announced in December 2003 that it would adopt Linux for future 3G mobile phones, and its partners NEC and Panasonic chose MontaVista Linux to power a jointly developed Linux smart phone design meant for use with DoCoMo's 3G FOMA (Freedom of Mobile multimedia Access) network.
MontaVista's last round of financing in April raised $7 million, and brought in new investors that included Siemens Venture Capital, Samsung Ventures America, Infineon Ventures, and China Development Industrial Bank.
The company has also looked at using Linux on the infrasture side of its FOMA network.
www.eweek.com /article2/0,1759,1745054,00.asp   (440 words)

  
 LinuxElectrons™ - Acer's Aspire 1360 Features AMD Sempron Technology
Preloaded with Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional, and weighing 7 pounds, the Aspire 1360 provides the freedom and power demanded by mobile personnel.
The Acer Aspire 1360 is a full-featured notebook featuring up to a 15.4" WXGA+ (1400 x 1050) TFT display, 512MB of DDR SDRAM upgradeable to 1024MB and integrated UniChromeâ„¢ Pro IGP for outstanding multimedia performance.
To further aid this new design, the Aspire 1360 features front cluster access ports and controls, which maximize user friendliness while the integrated I/O ports and a sleek LCD screen and body configuration create a clean and streamlined effect.
www.linuxelectrons.com /article.php?story=20040928182541839   (440 words)

  
 NTT DoCoMo network communication
NTT DoCoMo offered their own realization of the W-CDMA standard named FOMA (Freedom of Mobile multimedia Access).
Such problems had urged a Japanese company, NTT DoCoMo, to create an i-mode network which was started in February 1999 and now is servicing more than 20 million of users.
NTT DoCoMo is going to spread the i-mode network all over the world, and now they are holding talks with telecommunicational companies in the USA and Europe.
www.digit-life.com /articles/wcdma   (1394 words)

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