Spain's Nitax Selects Enfora for Taxi Fleet Management System

By PRESS RELEASE — March 07, 2009

Enfora, a leading global supplier of intelligent wireless networking solutions, today announced that Nitax, a Spanish manufacturer of automatic taxi dispatch systems, has selected Enfora's Enabler III embedded wireless platform for use in Nitax's fleet management system in Spain. The Enabler III product will be supplied to Nitax through Enfora's channel partner, Venco Electronica S.A., based in Barcelona.

The Enabler III is a certified quad-band OEM embedded wireless platform that packs GSM/GPRS/EDGE functionality into a compact footprint. The embedded software environment uses a built-in rules engine, a network router and various control and automation functions to provide sophisticated mobile connectivity and device intelligence capabilities.

The Enabler III is fully compatible with Enfora's Services Gateway, which allows the user to quickly link the Enabler devices in the field to the user's existing enterprise applications (such as MS SQL Server, MySQL and various Oracle applications). The Services Gateway also provides a comprehensive view of deployed devices, and allows for proactive asset management.

Enfora is a leading provider of wireless networking solutions that enable enterprises to access, analyze and leverage information from their geographically dispersed assets. Our solutions, consisting of embedded wireless software, network edge wireless platforms -- embedded and integrated -- and enterprise software, are based on our distributed intelligent architecture that provides a valuable link between an enterprise and its remote assets. Enterprises deploy our solutions for location-based, monitoring and control, and asset management applications.

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