The Wireless Data Forum (WDF) today announced its newest member, Flash Networks, a global provider of network-enhancement solutions.
Flash Networks Optimization Products Selected by AT&T Wireless
Flash Networks has deployed wireless data optimization products for AT&T's GPRS rollout.
HOLMDEL, N.J. (October 2, 2001) – Flash Networks Inc., a global provider of wireless data infrastructure products, today announced it has deployed wireless data optimization products for AT&T Wireless’ GPRS rollout. NettGain 1100, Flash Networks’ flagship portfolio of client-server and clientless wireless data compression technologies, are being seamlessly integrated into AT&T Wireless’ GSM/GPRS (global system for mobile) platform. AT&T Wireless is deploying its GSM/GPRS platform as part of its evolutionary migration toward third-generation technologies.
“We are delighted that AT&T Wireless has selected us to be part of their GPRS rollout,” said P.K. Prasanna, president, Flash Networks Inc. and Chief Operating Officer. “Our wireless data products are designed to very high standards to meet AT&T’s demanding requirements for high-volume reliable data services. This marks the first large-scale rollout of such optimization technology in GPRS networks worldwide.”
“NettGain 1100 technology provides industry-leading performance improvement and the ability to tightly integrate with carrier operations systems at high volumes, across a variety of devices, which makes our solutions truly compelling as 2.5G and 3G networks are adopted around the world for wireless data services.” said Prasanna.
About NettGain 1100
NettGain 1100 is a portfolio of technologies that dramatically improves the wireless data experience for users of laptops, sub-notebooks, handheld PCs and other wireless-ready data devices. NettGain maximizes the wireless carrier’s ROI by managing the IP traffic, enabling them to support more data subscribers, to deliver value-added data services, and to provide accelerated data access speed for their users.
NettGain incorporates a variety of optimization mechanisms including TCP protocol optimization, compression, and application-specific enhancements (i.e. for HTTP and Microsoft Exchange.) Available as an integrated platform that supports both client-server and clientless configurations, NettGain 1100 products seamlessly support multiple wireless networks.
About Flash Networks
Flash Networks develops and markets products to accelerate TCP/IP applications over wireless and satellite networks, enabling dramatic improvements in network capacity and performance. The NettGain product portfolio supports a wide range of architectures, client devices and wireless infrastructures for carriers and enterprises.
Founded in 1996, the company has customers in North America, Europe and Asia and maintains offices in Herzelia, Israel and Holmdel, N.J., USA. Additional offices are being established in Europe and East Asia. For more information, visit www.flashnetworks.com