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HuneTec's new wireless two-way messaging devices to provide Palm OS features on ReFLEX network
January 6, 2003
SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- PalmSource, provider of a leading operating system for handhelds and smart phones, today announced that Korean wireless communication devices manufacturer HuneTec has licensed Palm OS(R). HuneTec will integrate the Palm OS platform with the powerful communications features of the wireless ReFLEX(R) network provided by WebLink Wireless to create a new class of enterprise ready 2way messaging devices. The efficient ReFLEX 25 technology offers exceptional coverage, higher signal strength and in-building penetration, providing enterprises with "always on" access to important emails and company information. The paging and email capabilities provided by the ReFLEX network will broaden Palm OS' support of wireless network standards, which currently include Bluetooth, 802.11, GSM/GPRS and CDMA/1X RTT networks. "When Motorola opened the licensing for the ReFLEX protocol, it created opportunities for many manufacturers to develop innovative 2way wireless data devices. Now with Palm OS, we have the most popular and flexible platform that will exceed even the most demanding customer needs," said Young-Han Youn, president and chief executive officer of HuneTec. PalmSource Inc. HuneTec Co. Ltd.
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