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Synonyms for CBC

counting the number of white and red blood cells and the number of platelets in 1 cubic millimeter of blood

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one2many provides Cell Broadcast technology to telecoms operators across the world.
Interactive Cell Broadcast Message through SIM-client/Mobile Client
KPN, working with Acision, selected one2many's Cell Broadcast solution as a core part of the service that will underpin the Dutch government's NL-Alert programme.
Governments across the world are increasingly using Cell Broadcast for Wireless Emergency Alerts, whether they are related to natural hazards or security threats.
Cell broadcast services are used for time-sensitive location-based services and are increasingly used by governments around the world for emergency alerts.
By use of open standards-based cell broadcast technology, operators can relay emergency alerts to their subscribers.
Cell Broadcast, a one-to-many textual broadcast technology, is standardized and available on 2G, 3G and now LTE.
In addition, the platform enables brands to reach a mass audience on a personal scale by combining cell broadcast technology with relevant subscriber information.
DEVENTER, Netherlands -- one2many, the world's leading Cell Broadcast company, has today announced that it has won a 2011 Red Herring Top 100 Europe Award.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-15 August 2006-Einstein Wireless tests cell broadcast system in Wisconsin(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
DEVENTER, Netherlands -- one2many, the world's leading Cell Broadcast company, has today announced that it has been selected as a finalist for Red Herring's Top 100 Europe award.
DEVENTER, Netherlands -- one2many, the world's leading Cell Broadcast company, has announced the opening of two new offices to help sustain its continued growth in North America and Asia.
The use of the cell broadcast technology is a joint project between the Dutch ministries of economic affairs, health and transport and will cost the ministries around EUR2.
CellCast also provides its EAGLE Alerts(TM) community messaging system and services to government, law enforcement, education and private corporations who require the ability to deliver messages via SMS text message, voice notification (landline or cell phone), email, or point to multi-point messaging such as cell broadcast (where available).
has successfully completed the first CMAS (Commercial Mobile Alert System) compliant pilot for the "End-To-End" delivery of a cell broadcast message in the State of Florida.