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.
Brainboxes Get Teeth Into Revolutionary Technology with New Production Line
Liverpool-based technology company Brain Boxes, one of only a handful of companies world-wide with two qualified Bluetooth™ products currently in production, has demonstrated its commitment to wireless communications by installing a second production line - one that is dedicated solely to the manufacture of accredited Bluetooth products.
Brainboxes Lead the Way with Accreditation of a Second Bluetooth Product!
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group have granted approval to a second Brain Boxes designed and manufactured product, the 'CompactFlash Bluetooth Card'. This makes Brain Boxes one of just a handful of companies world wide to get two PC based products qualified by the Bluetooth SIG.
Mezoe and Brain Boxes Collaborate to Provide Easier Bluetooth™ Route
Mezoe, the new wireless products business of Cambridge Consultants Limited (CCL), is collaborating with Brain Boxes, helping them and their customers to make Bluetooth wireless technology easier to implement. This follows successful tests which showed complete interoperability between Mezoe's software and Brain Boxes' hardware solutions.
Two years of intensive research, and the investment of well over $2million, has paid off for Liverpool technology company Brainboxes with the announcement today that it is one of the first companies in the World to achieve official approval of a PC based Bluetooth product.