CompactFlash® (CF)
CompactFlash® (CF) cards: Compact cards that follow industry standards established by the CompactFlash Association. Various networking cards supporting public wireless networks are available in this format.
 seamless handover
Seamless handover: Technology which enables uninterrupted service while switching from one network to another.
 Capable of automatic switching between wireless LAN and various public wireless networks and uninterrupted service during network switching.
Fujitsu's Seamlesslink® software is included in this handset as a standard feature. A separate mobile IP server is required for seamless service while switching networks.
 Features automatic connection regardless of connection method variances in various wireless LAN hotspots.
Automatic connection to various wireless LAN hotspots is enabled by including Fujitsu’s Automatic Authentification Control Software for Seamlesslink as a standard feature. This feature may not support some wireless LAN hotspots.
 Supports IP phones in narrow-bandwith wireless networks through high-compression voice CODEC.
High-compression voice CODEC: High-efficiency voice code-decode method for converting voice signal into digital code. This handset uses the international standard G.729a.
 Expected to feature circuit-switching mode voice communication functions through public wireless network cards.
The circuit-switching mode voice communication function conducted through public wireless networking cards requires the use of networking cards which feature voice communication functions, and compatible software provided by each various card vendor.
 Intel PXA273®
Intel's PXA273® processor: One of Intel's latest processor designed for cellular phones and PDAs.
 Ubiquitous IP Phone System
Ubiquitous IP Phone System : Fujitsu's IP telephone system which keeps track of user location and usage situation, and connects the user's phone by the optimal method and through the ideal device.
 Task Computing Technology
Task Computing: A new techology developed by Fujitsu that enables users to freely and easily orchestrate devices, e-services and PC applications to execute complex tasks with just a few clicks or voice commands, by using semantic web technology. For more information: http://www.fla.fujitsu.com/newsarticle.asp?navid=464&newsid=429
Created as part of a Fujitsu program to cultivate venture startups in July 2000. Net-2Com Corporation markets network products based on proprietary VoIP technology and provides solutions for enterprise-based environments and telecommunication service providers. Main products are IP-Centrex, IP-PBX, wireless IP phones, etc.
For more information, please see: http://www.net-2com.com/
Founded in 1968 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited, Fujitsu Laboratories Limited is one of the premier research centers in the world. With a global network of laboratories in Japan, China, the United States and Europe, the organization conducts a wide range of basic and applied research in the areas of Multimedia, Personal Systems, Network, Peripherals, Advanced Materials and Electronic Devices. For more information, please see: http://jp.fujitsu.com/labs/en/
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Date: 23 June, 2004
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