Brain Boxes' Quality Management Achieves New ISO Standard
Brain Boxes is pleased to announce that its Quality Management System has successfully been audited against the new ISO9001:2000 Standard, following audits within the company's Manufacturing, R&D and Purchasing Departments.
Brainboxes Provide Complete Bluetooth Solution With Major Software Launch
Brainboxes, the world leading developer of Bluetooth wireless technology products, today announced the release of its Bluetooth Software Stack, with support for Microsoft's newly unveiled operating system, WinXP.
Brainboxes and Orchid See First Signs of Bluetooth™ Technology Getting its Teeth into the UK Market
Leading UK based communication card manufacturer, Brain Boxes, has announced the appointment of Orchid UK as an official distributor of their products. The alliance, which will see Orchid selling the whole range of Brain Boxes products, represents Orchid's first move into the Bluetooth wireless communication technology market.
La Caixa Sign Up for More of the Same as Brainboxes Technology Proves a Success in Spain!
Brainboxes, through a strategic partnership with IBM, have secured further orders for supplying 2000 PCI 3 Port RS232 serial cards to Spanish bank group La Caixa. The deal, worth in the region of $500,000, follows Brain Boxes successful fulfilment of an initial order for 18,000 cards.
Lack of a Port Sees Major Sales Dock at Brainboxes!
North west based technology company Brain Boxes has seen a huge 400% rise in the sales figures of their PCMCIA serial port cards over the past 12 months, as a result of many PC and laptop manufacturers actually missing this vital connection point.
Brainboxes Rally at Monte Carlo as Bluetooth™ Wireless Technology Sets the Standard (at 1.1!)
Brainboxes, the world leading PC communications card manufacturer, returned from a particularly successful Bluetooth Congress in Monte Carlo last week, to the excellent news that its PCMCIA and CompactFlash Bluetooth products had been upgraded to the Bluetooth 1.1 standard.
WizCore and Brainboxes Join Forces to Create First Application using PC Cards with Digital Voice Support
WizCore and Brain Boxes today unveiled one of the first implementations of Bluetooth PC hardware to support digital voice. The demonstration, shown on the Brain Boxes booth at the annual Bluetooth Congress, allows a user to transmit voice signals to the PC, using a Bluetooth device such as the Ericsson headset or a cordless telephone. The software enables the user to make an IP telephony call over a Bluetooth connection.