PacketHop ''Swings for the Fences'' at Home of the Colorado Rockies.DENVER -- PacketHop, Inc.:
--VIP Attendees Will Participate in a Hands-on Simulation of the Highly Anticipated PacketHop Communication System and Aware for Public Safety Application Suite, Enjoy Tours of the Ballpark, Batting and Pitching Practice
PacketHop(TM), Inc., the leader in mobile mesh networking Mobile mesh networking is a way to implement wireless networks using mesh routing protocols. Mobile Mesh devices have the capability of receiving and routing data. Data packets will be transmitted from device to device using several hops. software and multimedia applications for instant wireless group communication, today announced that it will hold an invitation-only event celebrating the launch of its first products -- the PacketHop(TM) Communication System and the Aware(TM) for Public Safety suite of multimedia applications -- on Monday, August 22 during the APCO APCO Association of Public Safety Communications Officials
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APCO Associated Public Safety Communications Officers, Inc. International 71st Annual Conference & Exposition at Coors Field
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Guests will partake in Verb 1. partake in - be active in
participate, take part - share in something
2. partake in - have, give, or receive a share of; "We shared the cake"
partake, share a search and rescue simulation using the PacketHop Communication System, which is the public safety industry's first autonomous mobile mesh networking solution that provides first responders first responder First response personnel Emergency medicine A person employed in the public sector–EMT, fire fighter, police, volunteer EMS–whose duties include provision of immediate medical care in the event of an emergency; FRs have basic emergency with standards-based, secure wireless broadband High-speed wireless transmission of data. What is "high" speed is always a changing number. Wireless systems are typically slower than land-based, wireline networks. In the past, wireless broadband started at 250 Kbps, whereas land-based broadband was generally considered to start at T1 communications with or without infrastructure, and the Aware for Public Safety multimedia application suite, which delivers mission-critical information to first responders via multicast video, whiteboarding, resource location tracking on localized electronic maps and multimedia instant messaging Exchanging text messages in real time between two or more people logged into a particular instant messaging (IM) service. Instant messaging is more interactive than e-mail because messages are sent immediately, whereas e-mail messages can be queued up in a mail server for seconds or .
After the search and rescue simulation, attendees will be treated to dinner and drinks at homeplate, followed by tours of the home and away team's dugouts. Finally, attendees will be able to "swing for the fence" and "throw a heater" using the Colorado Rockies batting and pitching cages.
For more information regarding the PacketHop Communication System and Aware for Public Safety multimedia application suite, please visit: www.packethop.com. For more information regarding PacketHop's Coors Field event please contact John Aquino, PacketHop's marketing and communications manager, at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (650) 292-5058.
PacketHop, Inc. develops mobile mesh networking software and multimedia applications which enable instant wireless group communication for commercial enterprises, government organizations and consumer markets. PacketHop Communication System software enables 802.11 standards-based devices to create extended Wi-Fi hot-zones on the fly -- known as autonomous mobile mesh networks -- which can securely operate with or without wireless access points. By making infrastructure completely optional, PacketHop delivers coverage whenever and wherever instant wireless broadband communication is needed -- with greater resiliency, reliability and robustness than any other comparable technology. Along with the company's device agnostic mobile mesh networking solution that facilitates rapid and cost-effective deployments, PacketHop offers the Aware(TM) for Public Safety multimedia application with capabilities such as real-time multicast video, resource tracking, instant messaging and whiteboarding. Founded in 2003 and based in Silicon Valley, Calif., PacketHop is funded by venture firms U.S. Venture Partners, Mayfield, ComVentures and GF Equity Partners, as well as SRI International (company) SRI International - One of the world's largest contract research firms. Founded in 1946 in conjuction with Stanford University as the Stanford Research Institute, they later became fully independent and were incorporated as a non-profit organisation under U.S. . For more information on PacketHop, please visit www.packethop.com.
PacketHop Aware and PacketHop Communication System are trademarks of PacketHop, Inc. The names of other companies and their products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.