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Jellingspot for Windows Released
Posted on 18-Aug-2005 11:00 | Tags Filed under: News


Jellingspot for Windows Released
Jellingspot Data Server is a location based proximity content distribution point server that utilizes Bluetooth wireless technology for communication.

Content distribution is enabled by loading the content into the appropriate Jellingspot server. Data will immediately be accessible to any wireless device enabled with a downloadable Jellingspot wireless client, free of charge to both the sender and receiver.

By deploying a Jellingspot Data Server store owners, shopping centre administrators will be able to establish a seamless 24hr presence to an area of 30-50 square meters using a inexpensive USB Bluetooth dongle attached to a Windows PC.

The Jellingspot Data Server can also be used with multiple Bluetooth access points to cover a larger area, such as shopping centers, museums, warehouses and more.



More information: http://davidstennett.blogspot.com/2005/08/jel...




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