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A revolutionary new technology is now available that allows you to communicate over the Internet with only pen and paper, without cables. The company Anoto is in partnership with Ericsson.

 The Bluetooth Special Interest Group  
The Bluetooth wireless technology is set to revolutionize the personal connectivity market by providing freedom from wired connections. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), comprised of leaders in the telecommunications, computing, and network industries, is driving development of the technology and bringing it to market. The Bluetooth SIG includes promoter companies 3Com, Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Lucent, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia and Toshiba, and 1883 Adopter/Associate member companies.

 Motorola Bluetooth  
Motorola Bluetooth products and systems provide short range, wireless connectivity at high bandwidth to a variety of mobile devices. Spontaneous, ad-hoc networks are created between a wide variety of common devices.

This website is aimed to provide a starting point and a resource centre for Bluetooth. It features an in-depth multi-layer tutorial, some hard to find Bluetooth documentation, Bluetooth links and various other information. The materials come from various sources across the Net.

 Brain Boxes  
Brain Boxes contains a Bluetooth section within its site with links and news about the latest developments with this wireless technology. The latest Bluetooth products are also discussed.

 Stonestreet One  
Stonestreet One is an early adopter of the Bluetooth standard and is a member of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group. We were one of the very first firms to be awarded a contract for the design, development, and integration of a Bluetooth-based Remote Device Network to be used in a large industrial setting.

 Congress of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group  
This is the Official Bluetooth Annual Congress, which will take place in Monaco in June 2001. The Congress is the only meeting in Europe of all the members of the SIG group. Bluetooth expertise is exchanged and the Bluetooth market development is assessed.

 Wireless Smart Chips  
IDmicro is a short-range wireless data transfer specialist. They are specialists in a new and growing wireless technology market that concentrates on one and two way data transfer at distances less than 100 meters. The technology is used to identify, automate and move people and objects between two points.

Ericsson is a driving force behind Bluetooth Research and product development. Ericsson are offering the first complete Bluetooth solutions, with guaranteed Bluetooth compliance.

 Nokia and Bluetooth  
As a new technology for wireless connectivity, Bluetooth offers a solution for people who are fed up with long cables trailing all over the place. By using a radio-based link it connects different devices together without a single cable in sight, giving you more freedom to roam.,1522,,00.html?orig=/bluetooth/

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