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mobile computing

Using a portable computing device such as a laptop, tablet or smartphone. See mobile platform and mobile device.
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Opticon mobile computers with Summit Wi-Fi(R) inside have been certified for Version 4 of Cisco Compatible Extensions, or CCX.
Motorola offers a broad mobile computing portfolio -- from rugged mobile computers and vehicle-mount mobile computers to enterprise tablets and wearable computers -- to help mobilize organizations both indoors and out in the field.
Megahertz is a leading provider of communications solutions for mobile computers.
The Summit white paper explains why that seal, which is common on notebook computers, has significant value for mobile computers such as portable data terminals and vehicle-mounted terminals.
Mandate requiring encryption of all data on mobile computers and devices drives review of data security solutions
has selected semiconductor manufacturer Broadcom to supply advanced Wi-Fi[R] technology for Intermec wireless mobile computers, including the new CN3 and CV30.
Symbol and its more than 12,000 global PartnerSelect members now have immediate access to Sonim's managed VoIP services to offer their mobile workforce customers the option of adding rich voice collaboration tools to the existing utility of Symbol mobile computers.
has selected CN3 mobile computers, the world's smallest rugged mobile computer, from Intermec Inc.
a manufacturer of rugged mobile computers for wireless data collection, and Voxware, Inc.
Because the CN3 is priced lower than typical rugged WAN mobile computers and combines a form factor and level of functionality previously met only by multiple devices, the CN3 offers enterprises the opportunity to re-evaluate existing technology deployments in favor of new ones that drive improved efficiency and customer responsiveness and provide a competitive edge.
VoxBrowser's openness and accessibility to a wide and growing range of mobile computers and warehouse automation solutions serves to lower total cost of ownership, while bringing the accuracy and productivity benefits of voice farther into the warehouse.
The research leads In-Stat to believe that the SSD market share in mobile computers could reach 50% by 2013.

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