AT&T and Cetacea Host ARMZ Demonstration
December 12, 2011
In late October AT&T and Cetacea joined to host a live demonstration of the AT&T Remote Mobility Zone (ARMZ) portable satellite system.
The event was held at Cetacea's Memphis facilities adjacent to the internatonal airport and was attended by many mid-south companies leading IT managers and safety/security officials.
AT&T Remote Mobility Zone (ARMZ) can provide recoverable GSM voice and data equipment that can be dynamically deployed in a disaster area where mobile coverage has been disrupted. It can also be set up in any area where AT&T cellular coverage is not available, and where AT&T is licensed to provide cellular service.
Flexible and easy customer-deployable solution
AT&T Remote Mobility Zone is available in the vital first minutes of a disaster. It’s always on, using VSAT and PSTN connectivity.
Fully managed service
AT&T Remote Mobility Zone uses a cellular spectrum that is automatically managed by AT&T. It detects potential interference and assigns the radio frequency with the lowest interference level. An optional satellite service is hosted and managed by AT&T.
- Operates using a spectrum licensed by AT&T—GSM phones “just work”
- “Instant on”—whenever the customer needs it
- Each radio can support up to 14 concurrent calls. Each picocell can support up to two radios (for up to 28 concurrent calls)
- Whitelist capability restricts general public access
- Easy to set up and use—typically in less than 30 minutes
AT&T Inc. A Fortune 500 company, AT&T is one of the 30 stocks that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average. We're recognized as one of the leading worldwide providers of IP-based communications services to businesses. We also have the nation's largest 4G network — covering 275 million people, and 2,000 more 4G cities and towns than Verizon, and the largest international coverage of any U.S. wireless carrier, offering the most phones that work in the most countries. AT&T operates the nation's largest Wi-Fi network** including more than 30,000 AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots at popular restaurants, hotels, bookstores and retailers, and provides access to more than 220,000 hotspots globally through roaming agreements.