Supplier News

  1. KRYTAR Announces Continued Expansion Of New, Compact, Ultra-Broadband Directional Couplers With 10 dB Nominal Coupling Covering 2.0 GHz To 40.0 GHz
    1/22/2013

    KRYTAR, Inc., a leader in the design and production of ultra-broadband microwave components and test equipment announces the continued expansion of its line of directional couplers with the addition of two new models offering 10 dB Nominal Coupling over the ultra-broadband frequency range of 2.0 to 40.0 GHz, each in a single, compact and lightweight package.

  2. ESRI Honors GIS Innovators In Health And Human Service
    10/31/2008
    Individuals and organizations that promote the use of geographic information system (GIS) technology in health and human services recently received recognition from ESRI, the world leader in GIS technology, for their contributions.
  3. IEEE Approves Standard For Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA)
    7/14/2008
    IEEE has approved a new standard for mobile broadband wireless access. IEEE Std 802.20, "Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks - Standard Air Interface for Mobile Broadband Wireless Access Systems Supporting Vehicular Mobility - Physical and Media Access Control Layer Specification," will enable the worldwide deployment of cost-effective, spectrum-efficient, ubiquitous, always-on and interoperable multi-vendor mobile broadband wireless access networks.
  4. Healthcare Provider Applies Wireless Location Server To Improve The Patient Experience
    1/22/2008
    Bronson Healthcare uses Cisco Wireless Control System and Cisco Location Appliance to track wheelchairs and avoid searches and patient waiting. Submitted by Cisco Systems
  5. An Efficient, Intelligent, and Cost-Effective Approach To Mobile Application Security
    11/8/2007
    Mobile devices have permeated the work environment in massive numbers. Wirelessly-enabled laptops, tablets, PDAs, smartphones, and BlackBerry devices are all around us. These devices are now used by front-line field workers in organizations of all sizes to improve operational efficiencies. Despite its great potential for improving workplace productivity, a wireless solution also faces unique security challenges. Submitted by Alltel Wireless
  6. Integrating Mobile Forms With Backend Systems
    11/8/2007
    Small and Medium sized enterprises (SMEs) typically do not run their business on enterprise-grade, expensive software. SMEs are often price sensitive and are not willing to completely replace the investment they’ve made in their existing back-office systems or pay someone to help them re-engineer their business processes. They expect solutions to work with their existing back-office systems with minimum expense and effort for integration. This document outlines the four types of integration with back-end systems that TrueContext mExperience supports. Submitted by Alltel Wireless
  7. Mobile Forms: The Next Volume Mobile Enterprise Solution
    11/8/2007
    A successful business model is built around the vision of exploiting a compelling market opportunity. This white paper identifies such a market opportunity in the field of volume mobile enterprise solutions and outlines a business model designed to take advantage of it. Submitted by Alltel Wireless
  8. A Guide To The Mobile Enablement Of Your Organization
    11/8/2007
    Arming your mobile workers with the right wireless tools and solutions will help you increase their productivity and reduce their operational costs. The benefits of implementing a wireless solution are compelling and you expect a tangible improvement in your company’s bottom line. But, how exactly do you make it happen? Submitted by Alltel
  9. Mobility: The Next Generation Of HVAC Service
    11/5/2007
    A low-cost, high-ROI technology that can be deployed within weeks, works for HVAC businesses of any size in any location, and streamlines daily work for both service technicians and office staff seems too good to be true. Yet it’s not only true, it’s largely untapped by today’s HVAC businesses. Submitted by Alltel
  10. Luxury Hotel Delivers The Next-Generation Guest Room
    4/10/2007
    Seattle’s Hotel 1000 is raising the standard for personal service with innovative guest services delivered with the touch of a button on a Cisco IP Phone. Submitted by Ingram Micro and Cisco