Cork, Ireland, 18 October 2007. EMMA, the European Mobile Messaging Association, has awarded its 2007 Innovation Prize to the European e*Message group in recognition of the company’s revolutionary product recently launched on the weather station market.
Bayreuth’s MedCenter – Bavaria’s largest medical centre – now saves its patients’ time by notifying them via e*Cityruf pagers. Combining high-quality medical services with an excellent communication service is worth the trouble, since more than 19,000 patients come to MedCenter every quarter.
Professional forecasts in your own home: a completely new generation of weather stations is being presented today in Hanover at CeBIT, the world’s largest computing trade fair. End customers receive forecasts sent directly to their home device several times daily: a quantum leap from conventional solutions. The data is distributed through e*Message’s nationwide wireless network.
Firefighters in the Börde district – the second largest administrative in the Eastern German state of Saxony-Anhalt – are now being alerted over the closed e*BOS network operated by e*Message. The service area of the district covers 2,366 square kilometres, including parts of the A2 and A14 autobahns. An inaugural event was held in Sülzetal on November 8, 2007.
July, 2007. Starting immediately, the Federal Association of Secondary Raw Material and Disposal (BVSE) now equips its members with an exclusive stock exchange pager: the e*Broker Maxx BVSE. The pager is a joint product with e*Broker W.F.I. Deutschland GmbH. Metals processors and plastic recyclers will get the mobile information tool at a special price through September.
Berlin. 22. May 2007 / The new generation of dynamic radio weather stations, just introduced in March at CeBIT in Hanover, the world’s largest computing trade fair, have already proved a hit with consumers. Unit sales in the hundreds of thousands are expected before the opening of the Christmas shopping season in Germany alone.