2/17/2003 - Commil Ltd. announced commercial availability of its new Cellarion Bluetooth System, that enables voice and data communication for in-building mobile personnel. The Cellarion System improves productivity and increases efficiency by providing wireless communications with Bluetooth mobile devices. The Cellarion will be launched at the VoiceCon2003, stand 511, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington DC, February 17-20, and at the Alcatel Forum 2003 that will take place at the Palais des Congress, Paris on February 25-27, 2003.
Commil is aiming the Cellarion system at PBX manufacturers who need to extend their wired phone system with wireless extensions supporting both voice and data while using standard off-the-shelf Bluetooth mobile devices. The Cellarion is ideal for system integrators who provider solutions to retail, healthcare and manufacturing industries, in an effort to increase efficiency and productivity of employees. The system allows instant and continuous communication to the telephone and computer infrastructure while users move freely throughout the building.
The Cellarion system, a carrier-grade communication infrastructure, utilizes innovative Bluetooth access points and gateways, to bring true wireless networking connectivity and mobility to off-the-shelf mobile devices equipped with the standard Bluetooth chip. Serving as an indoor extension of the data and telephony infrastructure, it creates a reliable 'cellular-like' Bluetooth network that supports roaming and seamless session handover for office buildings, medical centers and other private and public locations.
"Millions of mobile devices today are Bluetooth wireless technology enabled," says Amnon Steiner, Commil's Vice President Marketing. "By utilizing the Commil Cellarion system, a company can leverage the use of all those PDAs, mobile phones, cordless headsets and laptops as always-on communication devices in the enterprise environment."
About Commil Ltd.
Commil is a leading provider of innovative in-building wireless communication infrastructure, expanding upon Bluetooth wireless technology. Founded in early 2000, the privately held company develops the Cellarion system, which provides users of standard, off-the-shelf Bluetooth devices with true mobility. Commil's technology allows seamless handover for both data and voice sessions between access points, enabling movement anywhere in the building.
Cellarion®, CommilTM and the Commil logo are trademarks of Commil Ltd. All rights reserved. BluetoothTM is a trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and licensed to Commil Ltd.
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