Natick SSC and InHand Electronics Announce PDA Using Revolutionary Flexible Display Technology

Boston, MA ( Sept. 17, 2007)— InHand Electronics, Inc. (Rockville, MD), a leader in handheld and wireless device platforms for OEMs, the Natick Soldier Research Development and Engineering Center (Natick, MA) and Army Research Lab, Sensors Electronic Device Directorate (Adelphi, MD), today announced at the Embedded Systems Conference the completion of the first general-purpose, military-grade PDA utilizing low-power, flexible display technology. The Soldier Flex PDA (SFPDA) has been successfully demonstrated at the Future Force Warrior’s On-The-Move (OTM) exercises in Fort Dix, NJ. The SFPDA, developed in collaboration with industrial design firm Artisent, Inc. (Boston, MA) and advanced display technology firm...

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InHand Electronics Announces Patent Issued for Real-Time Power Management

  Rockville, MD, (April 2, 2007) — InHand Electronics, Inc., a leader in handheld and wireless device platforms for OEMs, today announced that the US Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent Number 7,111,179 for “Method and Apparatus for Optimizing Performance and Battery Life of Electronic Devices Based on System and Application Parameters”. The patent incorporates technology developed by InHand researchers to dynamically reduce the power consumption of handheld and wireless devices while minimizing side effects related to system operations and performance. The technology is specifically designed to automatically determine needed system performance in a domain-independent manner and adjust...

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Marvell and InHand Commit to PXA Processor Line

InHand’s advanced BatterySmart power management technology to be featured on new PXA3xx processor InHand Announces Embedded Low-Power Products Based on New Marvell Processors Board-level Products Leverage the PXA3xx Processors for Handheld and Wireless Applications Rockville, MD, (November 29th, 2006) — InHand Electronics, Inc., a leader in handheld and wireless device platforms for OEMs, today announced its strategic commitment to the new Marvell® line of handheld/wireless processors. InHand’s Fingertip4 and Advanced Technology Platform (ATP) are board-level platforms based on the Marvell PXA270 and PXA3xx processors. InHand has been one of the earliest adopters of Marvell PXA3xx technology and will continue to...

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InHand Runners Go the Distance

2006 Marine Corps Marathon, Three InHand Employees Run – and All Finish This year’s Marine Corps Marathon was held in downtown Washington, DC on October 29th, 2006. In a field of over 34,000 runners, InHand fielded a team of three. John Beresny (VP of Corporate Development), Paul Willis (Technician), and Mike Bigney (Project Manager) all started and finished the race. And though they were all quite tired and sore, all showed up for work the next day! Congratulations to John, Paul, and Mike. Times – Half/Finish John Beresny – 2:04:05 / 4:40:04 Paul Willis – 2:38:59 / 5:58:26 Mike Bigney...

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InHand Shows Updated Advanced Technology Platform for Monahans Platform Family

Boston, MD, (September 25, 2006)— InHand Electronics, Inc., a leader in handheld and wireless device platforms for OEMs, today announced at the Embedded Systems Conference an updated version of its new Advanced Technology Platform (ATP), a hardware/software reference platform for showcasing the future of low-power wireless device technology. The ATP is based on Intel’s newest processor family (codenamed Monahans) and incorporates InHand’s most recent power management technology advances. The updated version includes enhanced bus interfaces for extended wireless peripheral support and additional interfaces for new LCD displays and graphics. The ATP is targeted at top-tier OEMs who are interested in...

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InHand To Demonstrate Latest Low-Power Products and Services at Boston’s ESC

Boston, MD, (September 25, 2006)— InHand Electronics, Inc., a leader in handheld and wireless device platforms for OEMs, today announced at the Embedded Systems Conference a host of activities surrounding this year’s show and at InHand’s Booth #812. These activities include the announcement of an updated version of the Advanced Technology Platform – Monahans Platform Family, a series of new and unique customer demos and case studies, and four seminars being given at the show by InHand’s Director of Software Engineering. Updated ATP – Better Wireless and Graphics InHand’s ATP for Monahans Platform Family processors integrates the latest technologies in...

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InHand Demonstrates Advanced Technology Platform for Monahans Platform Family

Platform Integrates InHand’s Latest Low-Power Technologies and Intel’s Newest Processor Las Vegas, NV, (May 8, 2006)— InHand Electronics, Inc., a leader in handheld and wireless device platforms for OEMs, today announced at the Microsoft Mobile and Embedded DevCon (MEDC 2006) its new Advanced Technology Platform (ATP) for Windows CE, a hardware/software reference platform for showcasing the future of low-power wireless device technology. The ATP is based on Intel’s newest processor family (codenamed Monahans) based on third generation Intel XScale® architecture and incorporates InHand’s most recent power management technology advances. It is targeted at top-tier OEMs who are interested in getting...

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InHand Introduces Advanced Technology Platform for Monahans Platform Family

Platform Integrates InHand’s Latest Low-Power Technologies and Intel’s Newest Processor San Jose, CA, (April 3, 2006)— InHand Electronics, Inc., a leader in handheld and wireless device platforms for OEMs, today announced at the Embedded Systems Conference its new Advanced Technology Platform (ATP), a hardware/software reference platform for showcasing the future of low-power wireless device technology. The ATP is based on Intel’s newest processor family (codenamed Monahans) based on third generation Intel XScale® architecture and incorporates InHand’s most recent power management technology advances. It is targeted at top-tier OEMs who are interested in getting a head start on the design of...

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InHand Electronics Enhances Low-Power Features with Fingertip4 Handheld Platform

Boston, MA, September 12th, 2005—InHand Electronics, Inc., a leading developer of low-power handheld and wireless device platforms, today introduced its updated Fingertip4 board-level platform at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston. New Features Incorporating Intel’s XScale-based PXA270 microprocessor, the Fingertip4 is about the size of a credit card and incorporates a variety of new features including USB Host capabilities, and an advanced external interconnect to support the integration of additional electronics. This new interconnect architecture provides a variety of high-performance parallel and serial interfaces to hardware and software developers, increasing the range of devices for which Fingertip4 is ideal. Power...

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InHand Electronics and Rajant Build Wireless Network Solution for Military, Civilian First Responders

Elf3 is at the heart of Rajant’s low-power BreadCrumb wireless platform August 9, 2005, Rockville, Maryland – InHand Electronics, a leading provider of powerful, ultra-portable wireless device platforms and power management software today announced that Rajant Corp. has incorporated InHand’s Elf3 reference platform into its latest rapidly deployable line of wireless network products, the BreadCrumb wireless LAN. With the push of a single button, the BreadCrumb wireless access point devices immediately establish a multi-unit seamlessly integrated network for setting up and maintaining wireless communications or military and civilian first responders. “Rajant’s wireless and power requirements were the most important challenges...

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