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NetMotion Wireless Boosts Mobile Productivity for Puget Sound Blood Center
Date:3/24/2009

d and fully customizable reports, enabling IT managers measure the performance of a mobile deployment and proactively implement productivity changes, where necessary.

Around the globe, more than 1,400 businesses and government agencies rely on NetMotion's Mobility XE to mitigate some of the most common challenges in mobile deployments today, including end-to-end security, application stability as users move in and out of wireless coverage areas and seamless roaming between Wi-Fi and wide-area cellular networks. For more information: www.netmotionwireless.com.

About Puget Sound Blood Center

Puget Sound Blood Center is an independent, community-based nonprofit organization with a tradition of blending volunteerism, medical science and research to improve patients' lives. Patients with leukemia, cancer, burns, hemophilia and traumatic injuries depend on Blood Center research. The recognized leader in transfusion medicine, the Blood Center operates the world's largest transfusion service, serves patients in more that 70 hospitals and clinics in 14 Western Washington counties, and provides tissue and transplantation support to 185 hospitals across the Northwest. For more information, please contact Director of Communications Michael Young at 206-292-6589.

About NetMotion Wireless

Based in Seattle, NetMotion Wireless' software enables businesses and agencies to maintain and optimize connections to applications as their mobile workers move in and out of wireless coverage areas and across various networks. NetMotion's award-winning Mobile VPN, Mobility XE, enhances mobile worker productivity at more than 1,400 of the world's most respected organizations across multiple industries including utilities, healthcare, communications, public safety, local government, transportation and many other
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