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InnerWireless expands customer options for delivering wireless telemetry and monitoring by adding compatibility of Philips 2.4 Smart-hopping technology to their Horizon DAS system

RICHARDSON, Texas – Jan. 13, 2010 – InnerWireless®, Inc., today announced the expanded compatibility between InnerWireless’ Horizon™ Distributed Antenna System (DAS) and Philips’ family of IntelliVue Telemetry System with Smart-hopping technology. InnerWireless’ support for Philips’ Smart-hopping 2.4 GHz solution provides hospitals with additional choices for delivering cost-effective, hospital-wide medical telemetry.

Alereon, Inc., the technology leader for Ultra Wideband (UWB) WiMedia solutions, today announced the availability of its NoWire™ Laptop to HDTV Extender Kit reference design. Alereon's NoWire™ technology allows OEMs to provide a unique product that allows consumers to quickly and easily enjoy their laptops wirelessly connected to their HDTVs. Alereon's NoWire technology allows customers to set-up the Alereon Laptop to HDTV Extender without the installation of wireless drivers or user applications. The Extender Kit which consists of a small 2" USB dongle and a small HDMI adapter for the HDTV supports Windows-7, MAC OS-X, Windows XP and Vista.

Master contractor SMS Data Products Group, Inc. deploys InnerWireless’ DAS to meet the FDA’s requirements for campus-wide, in-building smartphone and BlackBerry® access to all national carriers from one unified system

RICHARDSON, Texas, and McLEAN, Va. – Jan. 26, 2010 – More than 7,000 workers at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) new White Oak campus have complete wireless connectivity to all four national carriers – AT&T, Sprint/Nextel, T-Mobile and Verizon – for their government-issued and personal smartphones and BlackBerry® devices thanks to the InnerWireless distributed antenna system (DAS) chosen and installed by the FDA’s master contractor, SMS Data Products Group, Inc. (SMS) of McLean, Va.

Cordless gadgets and smartphones have undoubtedly changed the way we live. Now, more physicians and facilities are welcoming wireless technology as another toolset for delivering better patient care. They’re tapping into time savings, low costs and easy access that wireless devices can offer. And with oncoming EHR adoption requirements, wireless technologies will play a greater role in clinical care as more patients remotely access their health data.

Alereon demonstrates a new UWB (Ultra-Wideband) device that wirelessly displays a notebook screen onto an HDTV, monitor, or any other type of HDMI enabled display device, leaving the WiFi radio in the PC free to connect to the internet at full speed to stream video files from web sites such as Hulu, Netflix and YouTube. The NoWire Laptop to HDTV Extender Kit consists of a small 2" USB dongle and a small HDMI adapter for the HDTV. For more information, visit Alereon. Also read Lou Frenzel's Electronic Design article, Whatever Happened To UWB?, for more on the latest Ultra-Wideband technology.

No commodity can be at the center of a financial mania without a lot of money being pumped into it. And in the technology and telecom bubbles, much of that cash came from venture capitalists.

The numbers at the local level are staggering. In 2000, when the technology and telecom bubbles peaked, VCs invested $2.8 billion in companies in North Texas, according to Ernst & Young. By 2009, that number had shrunk to $277.5 million — a 90% drop, according to the E&Y data.

Center for Entrepreneurship Annouces 2010 Speaker Series          
01/21/2010

The Center for Entrepreneurship of the University of Dallas announced its line-up for the Spring Lecture Series. All lectures will take place in Braniff 301 from 6:15 to 8pm and are open to the public. For more information, contact the Center for Entrepreneurship at 972-721-5271

InnerWireless provides ubiquitous cellular coverage and capacity throughout CityCenter including guest towers; public safety agencies connect to the system at 700MHz for added security

LAS VEGAS and RICHARDSON, Texas – June 7, 2010 – Some of the world’s most visionary architects and gaming executives have created an unparalleled luxury experience for guests from around the globe who enjoy CityCenter’s hotels, casino and retail and entertainment district. Equally impressive is CityCenter’s innovative technology, including its distributed antenna system (DAS) from InnerWireless, which scaled to deliver ubiquitous wireless coverage and capacity over more than 13.5 million square feet of CityCenter facilities, making it the largest DAS deployment in the North America.

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