Flatbed carrier Cypress Truck Lines has decided to expand its use of wireless data communications, adding 250 new Aether MobileMax systems to the 150 it installed three years ago. MobileMax is a multi-mode system that uses both satellite- and land-based networks, balancing low-cost communications with complete wireless coverage.

Drivers with AT&T mLife or Nextel wireless service can get color weather radar images on their phones with Mobile My-Cast. The new service also includes weather warnings, watches and alerts, as well as hour-by-hour forecasts for specific routes in the U.S. www.digitialcyclone.com

James Brown Trucking of Lithonia, GA, is adding wireless tracking to 1,000 of its trailers. The fleet has chosen the GlobalWave MT2000 system from Vistar Datacom, which will be integrated with its TruckMate fleet management software.

Rebates for members of TruckersB2B, an Internet-based buyers group, are now available for small- to mid-size carriers buying fleet management software from Prophesy Transportation Solutions. www.truckersb2b.com