The Latest Mobile Partnerships

— June 05, 2008

Secure remote service vendor Axeda debuted its Remote Service Blog in March. The blog, at, is an online resource for end-users seeking information on the remote services software market.

CheckPoint Software and Tel-Aviv University have jointly given $1 million to fund a new information security research institute. Housed at the Israeli college's School of Computer Science, the institute aims to foster professional, academic and applied research in the field of information security.

Test, measuring and monitoring solutions vendor Tektronix partners with LitePoint, a wireless test systems solutions provider, to support the evolving LTE wireless standard. As a result, LitePoint software on Tektronix spectrum analyzers will enable clients to test the latest LTE signals.

Satellite services provider Intelsat and Panasonic Avionics are working together to bring wireless high-speed broadband to airline passengers. Their eXConnect leverages Intelsat's existing GlobalConnex service and offers speeds on par with public WiFi hotspots.

Zebra acquires Multispectral Solutions (MSSI), provider of Ultra Wideband real-time locating systems. MSSI's solutions are used by customers in government, manufacturing, distribution and retail, as well as for personnel and asset tracking.


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