Flash Networks, Inc. today introduced NettGain™, a family of software- and hardware-based solutions that accelerate TCP/IP network performance.
Flash Networks Joins the Wireless Data Forum
The Wireless Data Forum (WDF) today announced its newest member, Flash Networks, a global provider of network-enhancement solutions.
Washington, D.C. (July 1, 2000)- The Wireless Data Forum (WDF), the leading trade association for wireless data and mobile computing, today announced its newest member, Flash Networks, a global provider of network-enhancement solutions.
"We are excited to have Flash Networks join the Wireless Data Forum," said Mark Desautels, president and CEO of the WDF. "With its leadership as a global provider of network-enhancement solutions and its commitment to TCP-based technology, Flash Networks will be a strategic contributor to the organization."
Since its introduction in 1997, the Wireless Data Forum has established itself as a leading advocate for the wireless data industry. Flash Networks shares its dedication to raising the visibility of wireless data products and services and educating all segments.
"We are pleased to join the Wireless Data Forum to help promote the benefits of wireless communications," said P.K. Prasanna, president, Flash Networks. "We support the Forum's goal to resolve technology issues in wireless data and mobile computing, as well as promote the development of standards based on TCP/IP. We plan to take an active role in the Forum to articulate our vision for these new and exciting technologies."
About Flash Networks
Flash Networks, Inc. develops network performance solutions that enable satellite and wireless data networks to effectively utilize existing bandwidth for high-speed TCP/IP connections. The company's NettGain™ family of products offers unique compression and acceleration techniques that increase bandwidth utilization and improve network throughput by up to 500 percent. Founded in 1996, the company has customers in North America, Europe, and Israel and maintains offices in New Jersey and Herzelia, Israel. For more information, visit http://www.flashnetworks.com.
About Wireless Data Forum
The Wireless Data Forum is an independent, technology-neutral trade group dedicated to promoting the wireless data industry. WDF's more than 100 member companies include domestic and international wireless operators and equipment providers, applications developers and information technology companies working to advance wireless and mobile data products and services. For further information, visit WDF's Web site: http://www.wirelessdata.org.