April 2006
UNIX Update;Apr2006, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p2
Trade Publication
This article reports on the plan of E28 Ltd. and Boingo Wireless Inc. to incorporate Boingo's Wi-Fi toolkit for handsets into E28's line of dual-mode smartphones as of April 2006. The smartphones will include roaming authentication to Boingo's 25,000 Wi-Fi hot spots worldwide to enhance Internet access options and provide high-bandwidth, low-cost alternative networks for broadband applications. The current smartphone platforms of E28 support both GSM single-mode and GSM/Wi-Fi dual-mode with different form factors to meet different market segments' need.


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