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EPOC

An operating system developed in the late 1980s for PDAs from London-based Psion. Supporting Java applications, email, fax, infrared exchange and data synchronization with PCs, EPOC included a suite of PIM and productivity applications. It was later rebranded Symbian OS (see Symbian). See also epoch.
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Joseph Zanette, Solutions Manager, Ferguson, We ve been using Psion handhelds in our warehouse for years and have always been pleased with Psion s service and its devices ease-of-use and durability.
Psion was founded in 1980 and one of the pioneers of mobile handheld computers, such as the Psion Organiser and other Personal Digital Assistants.
The Psion EP10 also appeals to businesses that require a more durable handheld computer that can cope with challenging weather and environmental conditions.
Our extensive imaging expertise combined with Psion Teklogix' mobile computing solutions will result in new capabilities that meet the growing need for image capture solutions ", said Ronald W.
Psion Teklogix is also a certified repair center for Vocollect's products.
Psion said in a trading update in December that realising value in Symbian remained a key part of the group's strategy.
Despite this, Psion Teklogix continues to make profits.
With the Psion Teklogix solution providing immediate updates to our centralized Warehouse Management System, we will know exactly which tasks have been completed and where all goods are at any given time.
A year ago, Psion was worth pounds 300 million on the stock market.
To be a world player, Psion needs to build critical mass in the US, something it has manifestly failed to do.
On Saturday, Psion began a $6 million advertising campaign, and it has dispatched a small army of sales support people to large retailers like Circuit City and Nobody Beats the Wiz.
is taking advantage of Psion's end-to-end Managed Services solution to fully optimize its logistics processes on Psion EP10[TM] devices.