Airiq chooses GSM

Fleet management technology developer AirIQ will use GSM (Global System for Mobile) as its digital communications medium. The Pickering, Ont., company also offers communications over analog cellular networks and the Orbcomm low-earth-orbit satellite system. GSM is one of three major digital modes available in North America (the other two are CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) and iDen). GSM is provided by T-Mobile and Cingular, which is in the process of taking over AT&T Wireless, also a GSM provider.

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