RECENT NEWS FLASH 2000-03
(Updated on January 5, 2000)
January 4 – HiddenMind and Glenayre Jumpstart Two-Way
Wireless Applications Market for ReFLEX Wireless Networks
HiddenMind Technology, Inc., a developer of wireless data
applications software, and Glenayre Technologies, Inc., leading provider
of two-way messaging devices and solutions, announced an agreement to
offer two-way instant messaging and advanced interactive wireless
messaging to businesses and consumers.
This joint effort will link HiddenMind’s wireless communications
platform, HiddenMessager, and other advance applications, with the full
complement of Solutions for an @active World from Glenayre.
Users in such industries as sales, trading, health and insurance
will find the advance software applications, the sophisticated messaging
and workflow processing applications improving efficiencies in their user
In light of Glenayer’s agreement with Motorola to operate
its two-pagers on Motorola’s ReFlex data protocol, the new products will
allow mobile users to interact with instant information, such as pricing,
availability and scheduling of products and services.
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MobileInfo Advisory and Comments : Reflex, a proprietary wireless network technology from Motorola continues to prosper. But let us not keep pager networks a combination of black boxes. Let us bring paging into mainstream of computing. Hopefully, phone.com, SMS, GPRS and 3-G will support older paging applications intelligently from users perspectives.
Note: This news release contains forward-looking statements.
Readers should take appropriate caution in developing plans utilizing
these products, services and technology architectures.
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