Fujitsu Siemens Computers recently announced the development of a notebook with integrated UMTS technology. The equipment will be available on the market in the first quarter of 2006, aiming to fill the gaps in Internet access, email, as well as business applications anytime, anywhere.
Mobility being one of Fujitsu Siemens’ strategies, the company decided to make available on notebooks integrated GPRS / UMTS technology, with the aim of facilitating users access to the Internet, says in a statement. «As we do with all our mobile solutions and products, we have been committed to making these notebooks safe and easy to use, while seeking to provide immediate and direct benefits to the customer in terms of efficiency, time and money savings «, explains Pedro Santos, marketing director at Fujitsu Siemens Computers.
According to the company’s statement, with these new notebooks, external cards become unnecessary, since the roaming between GPRS / UMTS and Wireless LAN networks ensures Internet access wherever the user is.
The integrated solution provided by the company also aims to facilitate access to business applications, allowing immediate updating of information during, for example, a visit to a customer.
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