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First News Briefs: iGen, Webtech Wireless, Micrel, Digi, Novell, Gogo

Thu, 07/18/2013 - 5:07pm
Wireless Week Staff

iGen Networks Corporation announced the launch of Gogiro Business Central, a fully integrated cloud solution platform that provides small to medium size business owners with a solution for managing their online presence, marketing, and other key business needs.

Webtech Wireless Inc., a provider of vehicle fleet location-based services (LBS) and telematics technology, announces the immediate availability of its expanded lineup of 3G devices for its Quadrant Solution.

Micrel, Inc., a provider of analog and high-speed mixed signal, LAN, and timing and communications solutions, launched the SY88053CL and SY88063CL limiting post amplifiers. The devices are for FTTH XGPON and 10GEPON OLT (Optical Line Terminal) applications supporting the build out of next generation PON networks.

Digi International announced that Almerys, a subsidiary of Orange Business Services, uses the ConnectPort X3, Digi TransPort WR41 and Device Cloud by Etherios to add wireless functionality to its cardiology telehealth pilot project in the Auvergne region of France.

Novell has announced the release of the newly enhanced Novell iPrint, now available as a standalone product that offers the scalable, self-service enterprise printing with new mobile printing capabilities and Active Directory support. The new Novell iPrint helps IT make an existing fleet of printers mobile ready and enables users to print on-the-go from virtually any device without compromising security. 

According to recent analysis conducted by Gogo, when it comes to staying connected at 30,000 feet, San Francisco International Airport ranks first in the U.S. Gogo, provider  of in-flight connectivity and wireless in-flight digital entertainment solutions, took a look at the number of people who chose to connect in air using Gogo's Wi-Fi service to determine the top ten most connected and least connected air travelers by U.S. airports.  The rankings were compiled by taking the number of passengers who used the service and calculating it as a percentage of the total amount of passengers who actually board an aircraft with Gogo Wi-Fi. San Francisco International Airport ranked first, but was followed closely by John F. Kennedy Airport, John Wayne Airport (Orange County, Cal.), and Los Angeles International Airport.

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