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Taoglas Launches First Flexible Circuit Loop Antennas for Healthcare M2M Market


Taoglas Designs Smart Antenna Technology Suited to Devices Used Close To or On the Body


Chula Vista, CA – January 5, 2010 – Taoglas, the leading M2M antenna provider, (www.taoglas.com) today announced that it has launched the first flexible circuit loop antenna, which can deliver over 40% efficiency in healthcare monitoring devices. The FLA.01 antenna is a penta-band cellular antenna that is embedded inside medical devices and can achieve high performance, particularly with customization. The technology can be applied to any frequency including licence free bands such as 433MHz, 868MHz, 915MHz, 2.4GHz and higher. With the FLA antenna, medical device designers can ensure their devices now achieve reliable, consistent wireless connections for transmitting patient data and also meet healthcare industry tests.


The FLA flexible circuit antenna is particularly suited to the healthcare market because it can conform to any shape or size, a mechanical more

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Ireland’s Radio Frequency Spectrum Available for Test and Trial

U.S. Companies Invited to Test & Trial Wireless Communications using Ireland’s Radio Spectrum


Dublin, Ireland – 16 December 2009 – Ireland’s radio spectrum regulatory agency, the Commission for Communications Regulations (ComReg) is promoting Ireland’s radio spectrum as a test-bed to companies and organizations who wish to test and trial wireless projects across all spectrum ranges.


Ireland is particularly suited as a wireless testing environment as it has a wide range of clean radio frequencies available for test and trial. This unique advantage stems from Ireland’s low use of spectrum for defense purposes, its geography, as an island Ireland is relatively free of radio spectrum interference from other countries, and Ireland’s relatively low population density. This means that organizations can test and trial wireless devices in almost any part of Ireland’s radio spectrum, including highly valued spectrum bands such as the 700 MHz band.


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FeedHenry Solves the Market Cell Phone Fragmentation Problem with the First Unified Social Web and Mobile Application Platform

Mobile Applications can be used across JIL, Betavine, Nokia Web Runtime, iPhone and Android


San Francisco, Calif. – December 8, 2009 – FeedHenry, driver of telecoms services usage, announced that it is launching the first unified social web and mobile application platform which solves the market problem of cell phone fragmentation for applications. For the first time, developers can create one version of an application and have it run across multiple mobile phones, and users can access the same application on their mobile devices as well as on social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace. FeedHenry has joined forces with AskMoby™ to launch the first example, an interactive weather application that offers users custom weather reports. It is available, not only as a mobile application, but also as a social web application.


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Adara Selects Shenick for Test and Measurement of Per-Flow Aware Routing for Next Generation Networks

Shenick helps Adara Guarantee Performance of Mission Critical Data for Security and Anti-Cyberterrorism Environments


Burlingame, Calif., – November 11, 2009 – Shenick Network Systems, provider of per-flow IP communications test and monitoring systems, and Adara Networks, the rising star in advanced networking today, announced that Adara has chosen Shenick’s diversifEye™ technology to emulate, test and measure Adara’s NPX solution for per-flow aware routing. diversifEye enables Adara to validate and confirm that Adara’s NPX solution delivers guaranteed high-performance of mission critical data without disruption, latency or packet loss.


Adara Networks’ solution Adara NPX (Network Path Xcelerator) has created a platform of proprietary routing products that operate at the application-layer for optimizing network performance and virtualizing network resources. diversifEye is the only test system in the market that can both emulate and analyze each and every application flow in real-time, guaranteeing Adara a method of generating real more

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