New Danish Bluetooth product gives access to local network  

Blip Systems has developed BlipNet 2.5 which connects PDAs and mobile phones to local networks using Bluetooth wireless technology

The Jutland based company Blip Systems has developed a new product, BlipNet 2.5, which makes it possible to connect PDAs and mobile phones to a company’s local network with Bluetooth rather than WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network). The advantage of the system is that it requires considerably less power than WLAN based systems, so there are commensurately longer periods before recharging is needed. Mobile phones with Bluetooth are also cheaper to buy than those set up for WLAN.


Blip Systems has successfully tested BlipNet 2.5 in a number of small companies. Peter Knudsen, managing director of Blip Systems, says he hopes to sell the products in Denmark and thereby open doors to the German and Scandinavian markets. BlipNet 2.5 will be introduced at Cebit next week. The news is reported by BiotechDenmark online.


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