Celio Corp has received the CES Innovations 2008 Award in the category of Enabling Technologies, in the the first public appearance of its mobile computing architecture.
Celio Corp will formally unveil the Redfly Smartphone Interface System at the CES trade show in Las Vegas in January 2008.
The company has not disclosed much information about this new "interfce system" with the promise of further information and its first product implementation later this year.
Officials have disclosed that the initial product will use Redfly technology to wirelessly extend Windows Mobile smartphones to a portable device with larger display, keyboard, mouse and USB ports for easy use of smartphone e-mail, attachments, web and business applications.
The Redfly system operates via a direct interface connection eliminating the need for synchronisation or development of applications on another platform – any application running on the smartphone can be reflected on the Redfly enabled larger display.
The system is initially compatible with Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC and Smartphone editions and Windows Mobile 6 Professional and Standard Editions. The company says Redfly software will be available for other operating systems in the future with the platform being available for license from Celio Corp in Q1, 2008.