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What does MCC stand for?

MCC stands for Mobile Command Center

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The system combines parabolic or flat-panel antenna systems with remote optics for target and range monitoring and communications -- all controlled from an integrated mobile command center.
The system combines parabolic or flat-panel antenna systems with remote optics for target and range monitoring and communications - all controlled from an integrated mobile command center.
Engineered specifically for in-field communications, the TMR 200 allows defence and public safety personnel, mobile command centers and central commands to share high-bandwidth applications such as situational awareness information or battle management applications, along with critical voice and data.
App makes iPad a mobile command center for IT managers MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, April 5, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- MobileIron, the first company to deliver virtualized smartphone management for business, today announced its MobileIron Sentry App for iPad is available on the App Store.
A mobile command center packed with radios, landline telephone and cellular hookups, a global positioning system and multiple flat panel monitors has been turned over to the Lorain County, Ohio, Police Department by LDV of Burlington, Wis.
This would be the first time the battalion deployed with the Mobile Port Operations Center (MPOC), a state-of-the-art mobile command center deployed by commercial vessel providing secure and non-secure email, voice communications, automated transportation cargo documentation systems and even Armed Forces Network television
On display will be the city's mobile command center, a sheriff's patrol unit, dirt bike patrol, traffic motorcycle and bicycle patrol units.
Sun Microsystems Inc revealed today that the US army has been using its Jini technology to develop mobile command centers for battlefield operations.