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The demonstration, which consists of a voice call from a Siemens cordless handset through a Proxim Voice Data Module (VDM) gateway to a standard phone line, validates the HomeRF voice technology from the silicon through the system architecture.
While HomeRF and Bluetooth offer benefits to home and mobile users, they potentially negate the benefit of true user mobility from the office to the home.
The demonstration also validates the HomeRF voice technology from the silicon through the system architecture.
The HomeRF Working Group was formed to provide the foundation for a broad range of interoperable consumer devices by establishing an open industry standard (SWAP Specification) for wireless digital communication between PCs and consumer electronic devices.
Forward-looking statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause results to differ materially including, but not limited to, the risk that agreements may not be reached between Proxim and Netopia or carriers and service providers, the risk that product offerings do not meet the expected attributes, the risk that third parties may not announce or continue support for HomeRF wireless standards, and other factors more fully described in Proxim's reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission, including but not limited to Proxim's Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2000 as well as Netopia's Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2000 and Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended December 31, 2000.
For home networking, HomeRF is simply the best solution available today," said David C.
HomeRF multi-user wireless technology allows users to stay connected, with no cumbersome dial-up time.
Symphony HomeRF for the Mac is an interference-resistant, 10 Mbps wireless networking solution for the home and small office markets.
HomeRF, which includes the leading companies from the personal computer, consumer electronics, peripherals, communications, software, and semiconductor industries, provides the foundation for a broad range of interoperable consumer devices.
AT&T looks forward to working with HomeRF members and other home networking groups to develop new applications and to offer a smooth migration path from today's analog telephone services to a new generation of multimedia services we'll offer over AT&T's broadband networks," said Steve Huels, transport products and services vice president, AT&T Consumer.
By employing the HomeRF standard, the reference design is expected to enable secure, high-speed, wirefree networks that are interoperable with a wide range of products and are compatible with future voice-enabled computing devices.
will demonstrate the use of wireless HomeRF technology to deliver video, voice and data applications from Cygnet's VDSL-wired network in Las Vegas during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).