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BLUETOOTH: ProximityMail now supports Anycom Bluetooth CF cards
Posted by Arne Hess - on Saturday, 18.10.03 - 16:00:34 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 7484x
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Inventop, a pioneer in the emerging Bluetooth networking space, recently announced the compatibility of ProximityMail with Anycom Bluetooth CompactFlash Card.

ProximityMail turns Bluetooth-enabled PDAs into a powerful community-messaging device. ProximityMail is a collaborative communications application for Bluetooth PDAs that enhances the way localized communities of people network, communicate, and collaborate. ProximityMail facilitates community building, professional networking, and relationship building wherever groups of people are gathered for tradeshows, conferences, ballgames, coffee places, etc. Users can create and subscribe to groups, broadcast or send private messages and thereby more easily initiate contacts with other members of the community.

We are very excited about this new compatibility as we are increasing our market penetration," said Virginie Glaenzer, CEO. "We believe this product will take networking to the next level, allowing individuals to connect with others in an given area. This will be of particular benefit in trade shows, airports, hot spots, shopping malls and stadiums."

Unlike other point-to-point networking or messaging products, such as SMS, IM, or E-Mail, ProximityMail allows users to communicate anonymously to groups of users, without knowing specific user's PDA id, phone number or E-Mail address. ProximityMail is all about making connections, meeting new people, getting and sharing information. It's fun, exciting, tribal, and safe. ProximityMail truly delivers on the promise of Bluetooth – untethered freedom, enhanced user experience, added value.

It's built on a unique technology platform called BluePing Network, which turns groups of Bluetooth PDAs into a spontaneous "random area network" completely free of additional infrastructure – no servers or base stations.

ProximityMail is currently available as a free download from Inventop's website.

Cheers ~ Arne

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