Wi-Fi Wireless, a provider of satellite and wireless cargo container monitoring and tracking systems, announced that it has conducted beta testing on mobile wireless Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones.
The company has delivered prototypes for beta testing to various advisors to test and offer input. It has completed the development of network configuration and software for use with mobile wireless applications.
Wi-Fi Wireless is looking at marketing an unlocked mobile phone to consumers with wireless VoIP applications. The company plans to market the phone commercially before the holidays. This VoIP mobile phone will allow unlimited use from any hotspot such as home, school or office. There will be no recurring monthly charges.
"It seems like every hardware manufacturer, program designer and network carrier is in a mad dash to capture the consumer," said Gene Curcio, chairman, Wi-Fi Wireless, in a statement. "I am happy that Wi-Fi Wireless has the name recognition to attract consumer awareness so that we can create a platform allowing the multiple opportunities that will ultimately be available to the average consumer."
During the past five years, the company developed and built a system of monitoring shipboard containers. The Wi-Fi Wireless WFSCT system can be integrated on every ship with existing communications systems utilizing its software interface capabilities.
This system can communicate large amounts of data regarding the condition and location of cargo containers, at rapid rate, in multiple environmental conditions, in real time format, and this information can be accessed anywhere in the world by using a satellite-Internet based monitoring system.