Axis and Consafe cooperate to deliver wireless access points to Chilean Internet service provider

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Axis Communications has signed an agreement with solution partner Consafe Infotech for the delivery of a large number of AXIS 9010 Bluetooth* Access Points. The access points will be an integrated part of a public Hot Spot-service that Chilean Internet service provider Blue2Chile will operate in some of the country's major cities. The initial order is valued at about 200,000 Euros.

Axis continues to strengthen its position as a leading provider of Bluetooth access points. This order follows a number of orders in 2002 for Hot Spot and Home automation solutions. The access points delivered to Blue2Chile will make the Internet available for customers at for example airports and hotels in Chile, in so-called Hot Spots. Initially these Hot Spots will be installed in major cities like Santiago and Concepción. "Hot Spots with access points are a natural complement to 3G technology for delivering mobile broadband access. And as the number of devices utilizing Bluetooth and WLAN rapidly increases, the market for solutions like this is growing at a fast rate," says Thomas Barge, CEO at Consafe Infotech Syd. "Together with Axis we offer a solution based on our Miles Secure Wireless, which corresponds well to the demands on safety and ease-of-use for both public and corporate installations. " *Bluetooth is a trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and used by Axis Communications under license.

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