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Bluetooth

A royalty-free technology that is a de facto standard in wireless telecom, which allows a wide range of appliances to eliminate cables and replace them with wireless low-frequency radio connections.
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The suite uniquely enables secure peer-to-peer wireless broadband communications -- known as mobile mesh -- via software loaded onto standards-based mobile devices.
Boyer's appointment comes as PacketHop is expanding its business to meet the mission-critical needs in the public safety and homeland security markets for instant and survivable peer-to-peer wireless broadband networking with robust security, reliability, interoperability and improved cost performance.
Commerce Department's Advanced Technology Program (ATP) has awarded the company a grant to develop a dense peer-to-peer wireless sensor network for monitoring the health of structures that has damage assessment and decision support capabilities and is able to include emerging chemical and biological sensors.
IrDA is the world's leading peer-to-peer wireless communication technology.
Cellnet also provides both AMR and distribution automation solutions with peer-to-peer wireless mesh technology.
It will use MeshNetworks' MEA solution to track the location of firefighters at emergency incidents and link them through an ad hoc, peer-to-peer wireless broadband network.
The two companies have identified public transportation, telematics and consumer electronics as burgeoning markets for MeshNetworks' peer-to-peer wireless broadband networking products.
MeshNetworks' extends the range of wireless networks by using ad hoc peer-to-peer wireless routing technology," said Ben Frankel, Editor of The 802.
MeshNetworks utilizes its proprietary ad hoc peer-to-peer wireless routing technology to enable secure access to voice, video and data services between mobile devices, motor vehicles and individuals.
The company's patent-pending Conferencing & Collaboration Platform enables peer-to-peer wireless application conferencing between handhelds, desktops, and servers.