Lormar Wireless Companies
About Lormar Logic Company
The deaf messaging division of Lormar Logic™ entered the telecommunications market in 2000 with a system that placed and received TTY phone calls for the deaf community from email pagers. Lormar Logic™ soon added web-based calling, allowing users to make real-time TTY calls through the wireless web browsers found on many PDAs and web-enabled phones. Lormar's latest offering, Instant TTY™, places TTY calls using instant messaging services. Lormar's innovations have gained widespread use, with its instant messsage relay system now being used by Hamilton Relay, Sprint, MCI, and others.
Lormar's list of accomplishments include first relay or TTY call using instant messenger and first relay or tty call made using a cellular phone Internet browser. In July 2005, Lormar Logic was awarded the Andrew Saks Engineering Award by TDI, Inc. for outstanding engineering achievement in the area of telecommuications access.
Lormar's Police Cellular Messaging System™ division develops web-based text messaging systems for police departments and other governmental entities to alert off-duty personnel, via SMS (text messaging) on their cellular telephones, of Homeland Security events, natural disasters, and other off-normal events.
Lormar-Innovo Company LLP, doing business as cCubed™ Security Company was spun-off from Lormar Logic™ in 2007. cCubed™ develops and manufactures portable wireless video surveillance systems for construction sites, Homeland Security targets, hiking trails, and other remote locations.
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Lormar Logic Company
P.O. Box 12823
Knoxville, Tennessee 37912-0823