Motorola to provide Bluetooth technology

San Francisco, Calif. —Motorola Computer Group, a business unit of Motorola Inc., recently announced its plan to provide Bluetooth wireless technology for the first time on embedded infrastructures running on a choice of three operating systems—Linux, VxWorks, and Microsoft Windows 2000—and on two architecture processors—PowerPC and Intel.

05/01/2001


San Francisco, Calif. —Motorola Computer Group, a business unit of Motorola Inc., recently announced its plan to provide Bluetooth wireless technology for the first time on embedded infrastructures running on a choice of three operating systems—Linux, VxWorks, and Microsoft Windows 2000—and on two architecture processors—PowerPC and Intel. The announcement was made here during the Embedded Systems Conference in April. This computing choice will help provide the infrastructure needed for original equipment manufacturers to add wireless communication capabilities to stationary equipment including MRI machines, desktop printers and copiers.





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