RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. (April 23, 2001) Mi-Co, developer of handwriting solutions for the Mobile Internet, has been invited to speak at the Institute for International Research's Canadian Bluetooth Forum April 25-27 in Toronto.
Jim Clary, Mi-Co co-founder and CEO, will be among 14 technology experts discussing the Bluetooth market and profitability, Bluetooth security, and Bluetooth potential success. Other speakers include executive from companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Intel, 3Com, Ericsson and Palm.
Clary's presentation will focus on Bluetooth applications for mobile workers, using Mi-Co's innovative pen-on-paper technology, services and solutions as examples. Mi-Co is a member of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), an organization comprised of leaders in the telecommunications, computing, and network industries that is driving development of the technology and bringing it to market.
Mi-Co's handwriting capture solutions consist of a combination of hardware, software and application services. Mi-Forms - Mi-Co's unique forms-based technology - enables easy and efficient handwritten forms input for a number of vertical industries including medical, banking/insurance, legal, public safety and CRM. Mi-Messages is a service that allows users to efficiently transmit information wirelessly - via standard e-mail applications - from PDAs, SmartPhones and handheld computers to other PDAs, personal computers or faxes.
Mi-Co also offers Mi-NotePad, a Bluetooth-enabled product that lets handheld mobile device users digitally capture and store, free-form and form-based handwriting and sketches.
With offices in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Mi-Co (pronounced "my co" and short for "Mobile Internet" corporation) offers intuitive handwriting solutions for the Mobile Internet including data capture, storage and communication. Mi-Co's solutions use handwriting technology to make Mobile Internet devices easier to use for enterprise professionals, business users and consumers.
The company's founders - James Clary and Gregory Clary - formed Mi-Co by combining their experience in electronics, handwriting-capture technology, PDAs, handheld computers and SmartPhones. For more information, visit www.mi-corporation.com.