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Mobile Computing, Symbol take aim at moving workforce

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Mobile Computing, a provider of wireless information services, and Symbol Technologies, a provider of wireless and Internet-based mobile data systems and services, have signed an agreement to offer enterprise wireless products. Under the

Mobile Computing, a provider of wireless information services, and Symbol Technologies, a provider of wireless and Internet-based mobile data systems and services, have signed an agreement to offer enterprise wireless products. Under the agreement, the partners will market their joint offering to mobile workers in industries including healthcare, field service, and logistics. The combination of Mobile's m-Linx wireless data products, which use the Windows CE platform, and Symbol's mobile computing devices, which offer wireless LAN/WAN connectivity, will enable mobile workers to manage information within their normal workflow.

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