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Mon, 08/27/2001 - 5:13am

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Proxim announced a new wireless connectivity solution for Pocket PCs that delivers the reliability and low power consumption that enterprises need for robust mobile applications. Proxim's Harmony* CompactFlash* Card connects Compaq iPAQ and Casio* Cassiopeia* E125 Pocket PCs wirelessly to the enterprise LAN. With low power consumption and high immunity to interference, the Harmony CompactFlash Card is ideal for mobile computing in hospitals, universities and other enterprise environments.

Proxim's Harmony CompactFlash Card allows mobile professionals to send and receive e-mail, use the Internet and access network resources on their Pocket PCs. The card uses the OpenAir* wireless standard, which consumes minimal power, making it ideal for mobile applications. OpenAir also uses frequency-hopping technology, enabling many devices to work in the same area without interference.

The CompactFlash Card is part of the Harmony product family. Harmony, with its flexible, multi-standard wireless architecture, embraces all current wireless LAN standards, including OpenAir and IEEE 802.11b today, as well as IEEE 802.11a and other standards tomorrow. With Harmony, enterprises can easily and inexpensively deploy and scale heterogeneous wireless networks.

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