Specialized Devices Deliver Custom Apps

Marek, Sue
September 2004
Wireless Week;9/15/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 19, p28
Trade Publication
Deals with the effort of technology firms to convince original equipment manufacturers and wireless carriers that their applications are appealing enough to justify incorporating them into devices. Information on the sensing technology developed by Nexense; Comments from Arik Ariav, CEO of Nexense, on the company's sensor technology; Platform developed by TanCher which it says allows it to purpose-build devices for specific group of customers.


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