Matrox launches DualHead2Go Digital Edition
Matrox Graphics Inc. announced that the DualHead2Go Digital Edition. Part of the Graphics eXpansion Modules (GXM) product line, this multi-display upgrade device allows you to connect two digital monitors to your notebook or desktop for a dual-monitor set-up.
Matrox Graphics eXpansion Modules (GXM) are small external boxes that are simple to set up–there is no need to open the computer to insert additional parts. The operating system detects the GXM as an ultra-widescreen monitor which is then split into two or more standard resolutions, harnessing your system’s existing 2D, 3D, and video acceleration graphics hardware.
DualHead2Go Digital Edition includes support for Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows XP-64 bit operating systems and Mac OS X v10.4, and is compatible with many desktops and notebooks. For complete details, visit the online compatibility page.
DualHead2Go Digital Edition has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of US$229. This product is available from authorized resellers worldwide or, in North America and Europe, directly from Matrox at http://shopmatrox.com. For more information, call Matrox Sales at 1-800-361-1408 (North America) or e-mail email@example.com.
Syware releases mobile database development tools
Syware Inc. announced a release of Visual CE that supports Windows Mobile devices without touchscreens, such as the Motorola Q and Samsung BlackJack. The development software builds applications for all types of Windows Mobile devices: Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition and Smartphone.
Developers can create a single application that, with only minor modifications, can run on all Windows Mobile devices, including the Motorola Q, the Samsung Blackjack, the HP I-Mate, the Dopod StrTrk S300, and the HTC MteoR, Smartphones promoted by Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, Cingular, Rogers, AT&T, O2, Vodafone, Orange, Nokia and others.
Visual CE Personal Edition, with full forms design, relational database, and synchronization capabilities, is US$129. Visual CE Professional Edition, which includes all the features of the Personal Edition as well as royalty-free distribution rights, is US$399.
Redline announces public debut of its RedMAX 4C platform for Mobile WiMAX
Redline Communications Inc. announces the public debut of its RedMAX 4C Mobile WiMAX platform and the next addition to RedMAX.
The RedMAX 4C Mobile WiMAX platform enables operators to maximize the reach and customer density. Redline’s WiMAX offering is also designed to facilitate the integration of its existing RedMAX products with its RedMAX 4C technologies, providing operators a path to introduce 802.16e and evolve to technologies that incorporate 802.16m.
Redline’s RedMAX 4C products feature tested were handover capabilities for mobile applications and MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output), an intelligent antenna technology.
Operating in the 2.5 GHz and 3.5 GHz spectrum bands, RedMAX 4C is designed to conform to the requirements for 802.16e Certification Wave 2, which is the WiMAX Forum’s certification program for Mobile WiMAX.
Incorporating advanced antenna techniques including MIMO, receive diversity techniques and high power radios (up to 10W), RedMAX 4C operates as it allows carriers to derive the revenue from cell sites. The modularity and scalability of the RedMAX 4C allows carriers to deploy MIMO configuration options including 2×2 or 4×4 MIMO.
Redline’s carrier-class RedMAX Base Station(AN-100U) supports voice, video, and prioritized data traffic, enabling long-range, high-capacity wireless broadband networks. Redline’s WiMAX products also include the RedMAX Indoor Subscriber Unit (SU-I) and Outdoor Subscriber Unit (SU-O) designed for enterprise and residential services. The RedMAX Management Suite enables operators to monitor and control the network. Redline’s RedMAX series will be expanded to include products for additional frequency bands, applications and standards.