Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 18, 2007
Nova Mobility Systems, a leading durable Tablet PC Manufacturer; today announced its agreement with Architron Systems, a pioneer in multi-radio wireless mesh technology and multi-polarized antennas to jointly market each company's products as part of an end to end solution for customers requiring wireless solutions for harsh computing environments.
Byron del Castillo, CEO, Architron Systems said, "We're pleased to have the opportunity to recommend Nova Mobility's durable Tablet PCs to our customers deploying wireless solutions in challenging environments. We have already identified several strategic opportunities where this new working relationship is really going to benefit our customers."
"Wireless applications are an integral component of our business model and vital to our continued growth," said George Ecker, CEO, Nova Mobility. "Our agreement with Architron allows us to open new markets for our Tablet PC solutions that are currently inadequately served by current wireless solutions."
About Architron Systems Inc.
Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada Architron Systems Inc, a communications technology company is committed to developing superior wireless communication solutions for the world market.
XRF has the ability to support all common wireless standards with multi-radio wireless mesh technology and its WiFi-Plus multi-polarized antennas. XRF's technology is capable of delivering a last-mile Quad Play solution by creating a multi-layered communications cloud over a wide coverage area, each layer works together or independently on the same or different frequencies and standards. For more information please visit http://www.xrftech.com.
About Nova Mobility Systems
Nova Mobility Systems is a leading manufacturer of durable Tablet PC and Hand Held Computer solutions. Nova Mobility boasts a large installed base of Tablet PC and Hand Held Computer systems into all areas of Public Safety as well as with Field Technicians and Delivery Professionals that need constant and dependable access to information wirelessly to perform their jobs. For more information please visit http://www.novamobility.com.