Wireless + mobility

Largest police jurisdiction in the world gets connected

12 May, 2010

The Western Australia Police (WA Police) is responsible for the largest single police jurisdiction in the world, an area covering over 2.5 million square kilometres with a structure comprising three regions, 14 districts and 162 police stations.

Mitel Mobility for BlackBerry Mobile Voice System

05 May, 2010

Mitel Mobility for BlackBerry Mobile Voice System allows a BlackBerry handset to become an extension of the user's IP PBX, providing a streamlined user interface for handling both inbound and outbound calls and allowing voice calls over Wi-Fi.

Wired & Wireless mini-PACCS on-site man-down system

13 April, 2010

Wired & Wireless has released the mini-PACCS on-site man-down system, designed for use by people working alone in industrial, healthcare, aged care, security and high-risk facilities.

LG-Nortel W-SOHO wireless telephone system

13 April, 2010

The LG-Nortel W-SOHO wireless telephone system for small business delivers the features of an enterprise-level phone system to small businesses.

F-Secure Mobile Security 6 with anti-theft capabilities

12 April, 2010

The F-Secure Mobile Security 6 with anti-theft capabilities allows users to lock the phone or erase confidential data remotely by sending an SMS and, in some cases, it allows the phone to be located.

Jabra Stone wireless Bluetooth headset

12 April, 2010

The Jabra Stone is a wireless headset with advanced microphone technology that wraps behind the ear eliminating the standard on-face microphone and combining style and functionality.

Men lose more mobile phones

07 April, 2010

Men lose more mobile phones according to an F-Secure survey with 39% of men having lost a mobile phone, compared to just 26% of women.

Mobile broadband ready to fly

01 April, 2010

The global financial crisis is undoubtedly the focus of everyone’s attention and its impact will be felt in all sectors of the economy. Although the effect on the telecommunications industry remains uncertain, in many ways this industry is better positioned than others to cope with the downturn. Ericsson’s Jacquie Hey explains why.

Brandywine precise time protocol instruments

16 March, 2010

The Brandywine range of dedicated instruments uses the IEEE1588 precise time protocol (PTP).

Research In Motion BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express software

10 March, 2010

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express free server software wirelessly and securely synchronises BlackBerry smartphones with Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft Windows Small Business Server.

HTC Android 2.1 Desire smartphone

10 March, 2010

The Android 2.1 Desire smartphone with HTC Sense is available exclusively on Telstra’s Next G network.

Apple iPad device with high-resolution Multi-Touch display

08 February, 2010

The Apple iPad device, available in late March, has a high-resolution Multi-Touch display that allows users to physically interact with applications and content.

Inmarsat IsatPhone Pro global handheld service

08 February, 2010

Inmarsat has announced that the first call has been made using its global handheld service, IsatPhone Pro. A contract to upgrade the Inmarsat ground network was completed on schedule by Lockheed Martin and further testing on the integration between the handset and the ground network is underway.

Aaeon RTC-840 Series rugged tablet computer

05 February, 2010

Interworld has released the RTC-840 Series rugged tablet computer from Aaeon, a computing platform for portable and mobile applications that operate in harsh environments.

Mobile broadband and internet services take off

13 January, 2010

The digital economy continues to grow with the Australian Communications and Media Authority's (ACMA)Communications report indicating that Australians have a thirst for flexible communications.

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