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What does MLS stand for?
MLS stands for Mobile Location Service
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of MLS
We have 346 other meanings of MLS in our Acronym Attic
- Microwave Scan Beam Landing System (NASA; space shuttle)
- Mid-Latitude Summer (meteorology)
- Mid-Line Shift
- Miles City, MT, USA - Miles City (airport code)
- Minimal Language Skills (clinical settings to describe clients who lack communication skills)
- Minimum Living Standard
- Missile Launching System
- Mobile Linux Software
- Modified Lloyd Search
- Modular Load System
- Mont-La-Salle (Ain Seadé- Beirut- Lebanon)
- Montana Loon Society (conservation group)
- Mortgage Loan Service (various companies)
- Mortgage Loan Specialist
- Moving Labor Services (various locations)
- Mudline Suspension (oil and gas industry equipment)
- Multi-Layer Steel
- Multi-Layer Switching
Samples in periodicals archive:
org/events MOBILE LOCATION SERVICES 2005 Learn How to Deliver Compelling MLS That Will Drive Service Uptake May 17-18 Barcelona, Spain Contact: IBCTelecoms Tel:  (20) 7017-5506 Fax:  (20) 7017-4747 telebookings@informa.
People had terrible experiences three or four years ago,' said Rick Smith of M-Spatial, a wireless map and route-finder software company, at the annual Mobile Location Services conference in Amsterdam.
The research discuses this evolution while examining positioning technologies, revenue models, the role of advertising, value chain, market size, and future directions of the mobile location services market in Europe.
In February, TCS introduced its Multimedia Message Service Center (MMSC), which fully integrates multimedia messaging and mobile location services.
In addition to new member growth, members that previously used Limbo exclusively for its text message alerts or social games are now rapidly adopting the mobile location services.
About the Location Interoperability Forum The Location Interoperability Forum (LIF), a global industry initiative, was formed jointly by Ericsson, Motorola and Nokia in September 2000 with the purpose of developing and promoting common and ubiquitous solutions for Mobile Location Services (MLS).
A few years ago, most observers believed usage of mobile location services in Europe would increase rapidly, but this has not happened yet.