The U.S. Air Force, facing the ever-present challenge of sharing, recording and accessing Internet-based information from remote locations, is relying on a highly functional, affordable and portable solution from D-Link, an end-to-end provider of computer networking solutions for government and business organizations as well as consumers.
Keeping police officers aware of stolen vehicles, as well as vehicles wanted in connection with crimes, was a monumental task for Cincinnati's Police Department.
Manufacturer of award-winning Toughbook notebook computers introduces the first rugged UMPC equipped with the Intel Atom processor; Reinvention of handheld computing pushes the benefits of enterprise mobile and wireless technology to new frontiers
Introducing Dexterra Central: Global Online Partner Community for Developers and Channel Partners to Innovate, Collaborate and Market Mobile Applications
Public Safety Personal Mobile Command Communications System Integrates Strix Access/One Wireless Mesh for Video Surveillance and Security Communications at 2008 Olympics in Beijing
A recent survey of US organizations with more than 50 employees and multiple locations, shows that legacy services (i.e., frame relay, leased line, and ATM) remain a dominant component of the WAN telecom landscape, with 62% of the organizations surveyed currently having legacy networks.
Critical Communications, Messaging Key Elements of Ongoing Rail Market Penetration
In Aberdeen's May 2008 benchmark report, Complex Service Work: Scheduling Technicians, Crews, and Physical Resources, it was found that 47% of leading service organizations use rugged computing devices in the field.
Datalogic announces the availability of Windows Mobile 6.0 operating system on the Datalogic Kyman--, the new leader in rugged mobile computing for Retail, Warehouse, and Field Force Automation applications.
HP introduced a new WiFi-equipped printer and wireless print server aimed at the SMB market.