First News Briefs: UL, ABBYY, Novatel, Spacenet
UL (Underwriters Laboratories) today announced its appointment as an AT&T preferred PTCRB Lab for the AT&T Mobile Broadband Accelerator (MBA) Labs Program. MBA Labs will offer full access to AT&T's technical requirements, preventing duplication of testing procedures and ensuring that devices meet specific performance requirements. Eliminating redundancies allows for technical acceptance to be achieved up to 33 per cent quicker, meaning products are available to consumers and enterprises at a more rapid pace.
ABBYY, a provider of document recognition, data capture and linguistic technologies, today announced the availability of ABBYY Business Card Reader 6.0, the latest version of the iOS software to capture and manage contact data from business cards in 21languages.
Novatel Wireless, Inc. today announced its new portfolio of OBD-II plug-and-play platforms for the Commercial Telematics and Consumer Telematics Markets. The new MT 3060 is an integrated, system-level solution that collects and controls critical vehicle data, and can deliver that information to the cloud, all managed by Novatel Wireless’ Services Enablement Platform that includes the N4A Communications and Management Software (CMS) and N4A Device Manager.
Spacenet Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. and a provider of managed network and data security services today announced an enhanced suite of integrated Wi-Fi services. Spacenet’s Tiered Wi-Fi services provide a centralized approach to in-store Wi-Fi enabling the retailer to select the level of services needed for their specific retail environment.