ADB launches GCC's first integrated mobile computing framework at GITEX
ADB, an IT solutions provider headquartered at Dubai Internet City (DIC), launched the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)'s first Mobile Computing Framework that actively supports both Open Source Linux and Windows CE.NET.
ADB is demonstrating its Mobile Computing Framework that supports readymade solutions for over 15 vertical markets at its stand at the DIC Community Zone, GITEX Dubai 2003.
ADB operates in 12 countries across the Middle East and Africa. The company designs solutions for mobile computing, software development, security, infrastructure, and wireless ISPs across the region. — (menareport.com)
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