First News Briefs for December 19, 2012
Flowfinity Wireless Inc., a provider of enterprise mobile applications, today announced an expansion of its cloud hosting services due to increased demand for hosted Flowfinity enterprise apps deployments. System upgrades including increased bandwidth and additional server and storage capacity in both Toronto and Vancouver data centers will support more users and deliver more service.
Pervasip Corp.'s wholly-owned subsidiary, VoX Communications, a cloud-based voice and video communications solutions, apps and services provider, has entered limited Beta testing of its iPhone mobile VoIP calling application. More than one billion Android devices currently have access to the VoX Android app, and iPhone subscribers will soon have access to the VoX "Pay and Go" app. The subscription-free plan called "Pay and Go" can be topped up with amounts as little as one dollar and enables calling anywhere in the world without paying a monthly subscription fee.
ESCORT Inc., and Dyle Mobile Content Venture (MCV), today announced the availability of a new device with Dyle mobile TV technology, the ESCORT MobileTV accessory for iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch devices. This new mobile TV compatible receiver will give consumers access to live, local broadcast television on their IOS devices via the iDTV app, currently available in the Apple App Store.
Sprint announced Sonim XP STRIKE, a rugged Sprint Direct Connect device. Launching in fall 2011, Sprint Direct Connect is a push-to-talk with triple the square miles of coverage compared to the legacy Nextel National Network. It is available for $129.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate, through direct ship sales channels.