AmbiCom Receives Additional $1.2 Million Purchase Order From a Major Client
SAN JOSE, CA, Nov 03, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- AmbiCom Holdings, Inc. /quotes/comstock/11k!abhi (ABHI 0.17, +0.01, +6.25%) , a leader in the development of wireless products for medical equipment suppliers, today announced that it has received a new $1.2 million purchase order from a major client for AmbiCom's Wi-Fi solution to be used in infusion pumps for North American customers. The smart infusion technology, which has been developed by the major global corporations, relies on wireless capability to dramatically reduce medication errors and allow health care workers to continually monitor their patients' drug usage, thereby helping to ensure patient safety. Product for the international market however, which also utilizes AmbiCom's wireless solution, is scheduled to be shipped to major hospitals and clinics in the later part of next year.
About AmbiCom AmbiCom is headquartered in San Jose, California, and is a leading designer and developer of wireless products focusing on the wireless medical industry. The Company's wireless modules and devices are based on the Company's innovative application software for both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies. AmbiCom is committed to wireless design and development of software and hardware, and to bringing new and innovative products to the wireless medical markets and other sectors. The Company plans to grow organically, and to augment that growth by selectively acquiring complementary products and technologies via acquisition opportunities deemed to be of strategic value.
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