Wireless + mobility > Mobility

Gen Y turns to new technology for banking

27 July, 2009

Technology is said to be the key to capturing the ‘mobile generation’ in the banking sector.

Rugged handheld mobile computer

22 July, 2009 by

The Intermec CN50 rugged handheld mobile computer comes with ultra-high-speed processing power, 3G wireless network speeds and a longer battery life.

Enterprise server mobility platform

11 June, 2009 by

Research In Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 — the next generation of RIM’s secure, push-based server software for business mobility — is now available.

Dr Chris Nicol wins prestigious award

21 May, 2009

Top gong awarded to NICTA's Dr Chris Nicol for work in embedded sytems.

Vehicle-mounted notebook

02 April, 2009

The GoBook VR-2 in-vehicle solution combines a rugged notebook with 3G wireless connectivity and is suitable for businesses with a mobile workforce.

Wireless networking

02 April, 2009 by

Minitar has launched three draft IEEE 802.11n wireless networking devices.

Mobile website informs customers, moves advertising

20 March, 2009 by

Fitness First, Australia’s largest chain of health clubs, now offers members access to gym and class information from their mobile phones through a website developed especially for mobiles. This service also allows car manufacturer Hyundai to target Fitness First members through their mobiles.

In-building mobile infrastructure for Optus HQ

24 January, 2009 by

When Optus built a new campus-style headquarters in Macquarie Park, Sydney, the company selected Andrew Wireless Solutions to design and install an in-building wireless mobile communication infrastructure system.

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