First News Briefs: AT&T, Filip, BlackBerrry, Enterasys, Pulse, FreeWave
AT&T and Filip Technologies today announced they are bringing FiLIP, a wearable device for the wrist that keeps parents and kids in touch at the push of a button, to the U.S. market in the coming months. Under an agreement with Filip Technologies, AT&T is the exclusive network provider for FiLIP and will provide distribution and billing services for the product.
Enterasys Networks, a Siemens Enterprise Communications Company, and PCM, Inc., a technology solutions provider, today announced a joint cloud-based wireless offering called PCM Cloud Wireless Service.
At Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2013, BlackBerry today previewed a new multi-platform cloud-based enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution that will enable businesses to secure and manage corporate and personal devices.
Pulse Electronics Corporation, a provider of electronic components, introduces a thin near field communications (NFC) ferrite sheet antenna. The antenna is 28 percent thinner than the previous version and still meets the EMVCo specification of 40mm.
FreeWave Technologies today announced its Spartan Series solution was awarded a bronze medal in the “Made in America” category for the 2013 Golden Bridge Awards. The Spartan Series is FreeWave’s most advanced government and defense solution providing secure wireless communications capabilities for a myriad of different applications, including command and control of unmanned systems. Since its inception in 1993, FreeWave has been manufacturing its products directly from its Boulder, Colorado headquarters.