HP n' friends on a road trip

HP n' friends on a road trip

Summary: Hewlett Packard kicked off its Wireless and Mobility Roadshow in San Francisco today, bringing along its major wireless partners including Microsoft, Cisco, and T-Mobile. HP's Manager of Mobility Solutions, Richard Stone, took the better part of his presentation this morning to show off a couple of new iPAQ Pocket PCs.

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iPAQHewlett Packard kicked off its Wireless and Mobility Roadshow in San Francisco today, bringing along its major wireless partners including Microsoft, Cisco, and T-Mobile. HP's Manager of Mobility Solutions, Richard Stone, took the better part of his presentation this morning to show off a couple of new iPAQ Pocket PCs. The h6300 series combines GSM, GPRS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth: the first of its kind from a mainstream vendor. The hx4700 series lacks the integrated three-way wireless capabilities, but instead is graced with an impressive VGA screen and built-in security from Credant Technologies. The road show includes breakout sessions covering the latest developments from each of the major partners, with the most intriguing being Cisco's Structured Wireless-Aware Network (SWAN).

Topic: Wi-Fi

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  • I believe

    Jonathan say he believes as do I in IP. Just becasue I didn't get as much IP as others may have or were given doesn't stop me from believing. Where I am REALLY doesn't make much difference. If I use my imagi nation I can get a good idea of what it's like at the top, middle and bottom, like writting an app.
    Where I am REALLY is like most everyone else in IT partnered, tagged and spinning from the valley politics. If I want my paycheck on Friday I have to show up at the assigned assembly line and put my pieces onto the product being sent down the line. Call it what you will, it just is.
    And if you think administration is difficult now try to imagine what it might be like in another 50 years. If as HP's nanotechnologies Labs reports it findings - if the computer industry continues to develop at the same rate it has in it's first 50 years, by 2050 there will be more computing power in a handheld sized device than we have on the entire planet today. Guesses anyone?
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