SCHAUMBURG, USA: Motorola Solutions Inc., a leading provider of mission-critical communication products, software and services for enterprise and government customers, announced the availability of Motorola RhoElements, a state-of-the-art web-based application framework.
It is designed to allow businesses to quickly and cost-effectively develop and deploy web-based applications on existing Motorola Windows Embedded Handheld (formerly known as Windows Mobile) and Windows Embedded Compact (Win-CE) mobile computers as well as Motorola’s recently announced ET1 Android-based enterprise tablet.
Motorola RhoElements is the first of several product releases targeted at developers within Motorola’s customer base and PartnerEmpower ecosystem. Leveraging Motorola’s widely deployed PocketBrowser product, a framework for web-based line-of-business applications, RhoElements provides an important new way to develop applications on existing Windows-based industrial mobile computers and offers a bridge for seamless application support on future mobile computing devices and operating systems.
Motorola also announced that it acquired Rhomobile on July 29, 2011. Motorola expects to announce additional cross-platform application development tools, enterprise integration components and cloud-based services for channel partners and customers leveraging Rhomobile’s product suite in the coming months.