FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
October 4, 1999
Microspace Announces New Satellite Paging Capabilities
Raleigh, N.C. — Microspace Communications today announced major enhancements to its satellite paging network capabilities. First, Microspace announced that its shared Glenayre C2000 service would now be available for distribution as a dual satellite solution. Microspace will begin offering Glenayre C2000 service on its highly stable FMFM platform as well as its newest MPEG2/DVB platform called VELOCITY(SM).
According to John Bimrose, Senior Account Manager at Microspace, “This is significant news for shared C2000 users. Our C2000 customers can now take advantage of inexpensive, speed- agile, multi-vendor receive hardware on either platform. More importantly, Microspace can now provide immediate, inexpensive disaster recovery for paging carriers now demanding this level of satellite protection.”
Microspace also announced its continued support of the Motorola shared CNET controller.
According to Ralph LoPilato, Account Manager at Microspace, “Although Motorola has chosen to discontinue production of the CNET controller, it has proven to be an extremely stable and reliable platform for wireless messaging and will continue to be utilized for many years. Microspace’s commitment and support of shared CNET service solutions remains strong.”
To discuss any satellite based wireless messaging projects, visit with Microspace at the PCS show in New Orleans, September 22-24, Booth 2220. Microspace Communications operates the world’s largest satellite based data/audio network for business communications. This network currently broadcasts daily to over 300,000 remote locations and provides paging data to over 9 million subscribers.
Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc. is a diversified communications company which owns and/or operates WRAL-TV, WRAL-Digital, WRAL-FM, Microspace, the North Carolina News Network, DTV Plus, Wolfpack Sports Marketing, and Capitol Sports Management in Raleigh, NC; WJZY-TV and WFVT-TV in Charlotte, NC; WILM-TV in Wilmington, NC; WRAZ-TV and the Durham Bulls Baseball Club in Durham, NC; and the Myrtle Beach Pelicans Baseball Club in Myrtle Beach, SC; Capitol Broadcasting Company also founded Local TV on Satellite in Raleigh, NC.