Boston, MA - April 21, 2005: Network Improv today released a free prototype of a new mobile application framework for flash-drive-based apps. http://networkimprov.net/airwrx/
airWRX is an application framework that runs directly from a USB flash drive, and turns its PC host and other nearby PCs into a multi-screen, web-like work environment. The airWRX framework is lightweight, extensible, and includes full source code.
Although PCs are pervasive, users don't generally carry their own PC everywhere; even the lightest laptops are just too bulky to shoulder continuously. So there are almost always PCs around, but they're almost always useless to you. The flash drive in your pocket can change that.
airWRX transforms the flash drive into a mobile application server, and any available PCs into your personal workspace. airWRX makes widespread yet underutilized PCs into a nearly ubiquitous environment for productivity, authoring, collaboration, and numerous other uses.
airWRX enables developers to create sophisticated mobile and collaborative applications that unify PCs and data like no tools before it.
Contact: Liam Breck [liam _at_ networkimprov.net]
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