Shreveport, LA, April 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Zamboola has announced a new 3G cell phone technology that effectively reinvents the PC. This technology connects a monitor, keyboard, mouse and other terminal devices as well as HDTV/IPTV monitors and speaker systems to the Internet using a 3G cell phone. The patent-pending technology treats any combination of a monitor, keyboard, mouse and speaker system as a simple terminal device that can be used to access browser-based software, services and media over the Internet. Zamboola's solution supports both wireline and wireless connections.
Zamboola removes any requirement for traditional PC hardware including the CPU, memory, disk drives and cooling fans from both desktop and portable computing environments. The result is a reduction of up to 70% in hardware manufacturing costs and 50% or more in energy consumption for each computer that uses the technology.
“Zamboola has reinvented the PC,” said Michael Harold, Zamboola’s co-founder and CEO. “The only computer Zamboola needs is the one inside the cell phone. Everything else is reduced to a terminal device. By providing a single point of mobile access for all of a person’s computing and media, and that includes what we now call desktop and portable PCs, netbooks, digital tablets and even HDTV set top boxes, Zamboola is the first company in the world to deliver on the promise of quadplay wireless access. The solution is simple. It’s the cell phone.”
Zamboola is a Louisiana LLC specializing in hardware and software product development and technology licensing for the mobile computing and home media markets.