Intelligraphics, Inc. Announces it Has Become a Member of the Wi-Fi Alliance

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Intelligraphics, Inc. announces it has become a member of the Wi-Fi Alliance, taking an active role in establishing industry-wide standards for this rapidly emerging market.

Further demonstrating its commitment to the fast-growing Wi-Fi market, Intelligraphics, Inc., today announced that it has joined the Wi-Fi Alliance. By joining the Alliance, Intelligraphics—the leading outsource provider for device drivers, firmware and board support packages for the wireless semiconductor community—strengthens its grip on the Wi-Fi market and takes an active role in the establishment of industry-wide standards and product interoperability. As one of the first device driver providers to join the Alliance, Intelligraphics’ membership highlights the importance of software as well as hardware in enabling successful Wi-Fi solutions.

“Most people think hardware or application software when they hear Wi-Fi, but device driver, firmware, and board support packages are formative parts of developing Wi-Fi products and extending the market,” said Mike Warren, vice president of Sales and Marketing at Intelligraphics. “Intelligraphics is pleased to offer device driver and system level software solutions for Wi-Fi networks. Based on our leadership in mobile device driver technology, Intelligraphics plans to collaborate with other members of the Wi-Fi Alliance to help solve the challenges that are inherent in Wi-Fi networks.”

“In becoming a member of the Wi-Fi Alliance, Intelligraphics joins more than 200 companies from around the globe who are committed to delivering interoperable Wi-Fi solutions and ensuring a positive user experience through our Wi-Fi CERTIFIED programs,” said Wi-Fi Alliance Managing Director Frank Hanzlik. “We are pleased to have them become a part of the organization.”

About the Wi-Fi Alliance

The Wi-Fi Alliance is a global, non-profit industry association of more than 200 member companies devoted to promoting the growth of wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs). With the aim of enhancing the user experience for mobile wireless devices, the Wi-Fi Alliance’s testing and certification programs ensure the interoperability of WLAN products based on the IEEE 802.11 specification. Since the introduction of the Wi-Fi Alliance’s certification program in March 2000, more than 2,000 products have been designated as Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™, encouraging the expanded use of Wi-Fi products and services across the consumer and enterprise markets. For more information, please visit http://www.wi-fi.org.

Wi-Fi® and the Wi-Fi logo are registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.

About Intelligraphics, Inc.

Intelligraphics, Inc. provides professional device driver and system level software development services to hardware manufacturers and software development companies throughout the world, including chip, add-in board and system manufacturers as well as operating system vendors and application developers. For more information, visit the Intelligraphics Web site: http://www.Intelligraphics.com.

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