Jabra Unveils Wireless Headsets

Wireless headset maker Jabra has unveiled the T5300 series for office workers. The Jabra T5330 is for landline phones and the Jabra T5320 is for softphones. The former provides a range of 33 feet from the base station. The latter operates on a Wi-Fi-compatible frequency of 2.4GHz and supports the Bluetooth version 1.2 and hands-free profile. Both headsets offer three different interchangeable wearing styles ear hook, headband and neckband.

Bluefire Lights up Windows Mobile

Bluefire Security Technologies Inc. released the fourth version of Mobile Security Professional Edition. The software secures devices using Microsofts Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system, including Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition and Smartphone. Professional Edition offers protection for a lost or stolen device; maintains confidentiality of information on the device such as e-mail, personal banking or address books; and provides device security while accessing the Internet. The platform also provides firewall, intrusion prevention, authentication and encryption.

Synchronica Integrates Push_IMAP Functionality

Mobility management provider Synchronica plc, has integrated Push-IMAP functionality into Mobile Gateway 3.0 (formerly SyncML Gateway). Service providers now can bring Push E-mail always on capability to more mobile devices, perhaps eventually replacing SMS, according to the company.

Sierra Wireless Debuts Additional HSUPA-Capable Devices

Developer Sierra Wireless introduced new adapters and embedded modules to improve mobile data access speeds for devices that rely on the 3G High-Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) protocol. The company said the improvement in uplink speed means users can take advantage of high-bandwidth applications such as Web conferencing and video surveillance. Some of the newly unveiled products include two AirCard PC cards, two corresponding AirCard ExpressCard modems and two PCI Express Mini Card embedded modules. All offer tri-band UMTS/HSPA and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE network access for roaming on high-speed networks around the world.

AirMagnet Updates Analyzer

AirMagnet Inc. has released the latest version of its wireless security and performance troubleshooting software, Laptop Analyzer 7.0 PRO. In addition to a new user interface for diagnosing WLAN problems, the new edition includes the ability to analyze sources of interference and troubleshoot devices that use the 4.9GHz public safety band. Laptop Analyzer 7.0 also supports virtual access points or basic service set identifiers. Other new features include new compliance reports, event log customization and roaming control.

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