First News Briefs for January 14, 2013
Atmel Corporation, a provider of microcontroller and touch technology solutions, today announced it has expanded its ARM Cortex-M4 based Flash family to include the SAM4E series, which features connectivity peripherals, a floating point unit (FPU), analog capabilities, and higher processing power.
Aerohive Networks, a provider of controller-less Wi-Fi and cloud-enabled enterprise networking, today announced it has created a flexible application programming interface (API) for mobile device management (MDM) platforms and has integrated its enterprise Wi-Fi products with AirWatch’s enterprise-grade MDM solution to allow retailers to monitor and secure their mobile environments.
Epson America today introduced Mobilink P60II – the newest addition to its Mobilink on-the-go thermal POS printer lineup. Available in both receipt and label versions with numerous connectivity options, Epson’s Mobilink P60II allows retailers to take advantage of wireless printing throughout the store. It's suited for mobile printing applications such as line busting, tableside service, warehousing and logistics, route sales, and shelf and product labeling.
ReelSonar is a new wireless fishfinder that uses sonar inside a bobber on the water to locate fish, and transmits the data via Bluetooth to nearby smartphones and tablets. Embracing current technology, its patent-pending elements combine the functionality of fishfinders with the convenience of mobile apps.
Motorola Solutions, Inc., is working with Best Buy Canada and Future Shop, Canada’s first electronics retailers to roll out fully integrated, enterprise mobile point of sale (mPOS) solutions. Both companies today announced they have improved customer service and staff productivity at a number of stores with the implementation of tablet-based mPOS technology.