Motion Tablet PCs Certified on Australia’s Largest 3G Network
Motion’s Range of Tablet PCs Awarded Certification on the Telstra Next G (850 Mhz) Network, Using the Sierra Wireless Module Motion Computing®, a leader in mobile computing and wireless communications, announced today that its semi-rugged LE1700 Tablet PC, C5 Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA) and rugged F5 Tablet PC have been certified on the Telstra Next G™ wireless network. Now with the enhanced capability of continuous connectivity on the Next G network, mobile workers can be confident in staying connected in more places.
“It’s long been our objective to have Motion Tablet PCs certified for use on the Telstra 3G network”
The Telstra Next G network is more than 100 times larger than any other 3G network in Australia, covering 99 percent of the Australian population.
“It’s long been our objective to have Motion Tablet PCs certified for use on the Telstra 3G network,” said Brett Gross, Motion’s Regional Manager for Australia and New Zealand. “Motion now has the only slate tablet PCs which have completed and passed Next G network testing, enabling mobile professionals that work in the most remote regions to rely on a trusted communications network to carry out their jobs effectively and efficiently.”
These new devices are already enabling Telstra to explore a range of exciting opportunities amongst their Enterprise and Government customers, particularly in areas such as health, mining, utilities and construction where highly mobile and remote workforces would welcome the benefits of ongoing connectivity in a highly mobile device. Motion tablets are highly specialized for mobile professionals throughout these industries and now Motion users can rely on Telstra’s extensive network to enable ongoing connectivity in the field.
“I am confident that Motion and Telstra working in partnership can go a long way to deliver greater mobility and improved performance to mobile workers,” added Gross.
For more information about Motion and its unique line of tablet PCs visit http://www.motioncomputing.com.au/. (Source: Press Release)
Chris De Herrera