Rx Networks Introduces Real-Time, Multi-Mode Engine for A-GPS

Rx Networks Introduces Real-Time, Multi-Mode Engine for A-GPS

Rx Networks, Inc., has announced its new XYBRID RT multi-mode positioning engine, which combines cell-ID, WiFi signals with assisted-GPS ephemeris and coarse position aiding to yield fast, ubiquitous positioning for mobile devices.

The XYBRID RT — scheduled to be available for commercial use in December 2009 — can be licensed on a usage or a lifetime subscription basis. Rx Networks provides a XYBRID RT mobile client compatible with most mobile operating systems and most GPS chipsets.

Rx Networks, Inc., has announced its new XYBRID RT multi-mode positioning engine, which combines cell-ID, WiFi signals with assisted-GPS ephemeris and coarse position aiding to yield fast, ubiquitous positioning for mobile devices.

The XYBRID RT — scheduled to be available for commercial use in December 2009 — can be licensed on a usage or a lifetime subscription basis. Rx Networks provides a XYBRID RT mobile client compatible with most mobile operating systems and most GPS chipsets.

In contrast with other GPS aiding solutions that can potentially expose user identity, the engine contains no user identification mechanism and ensures security and privacy for applications that need it, such as tracking high value cargo.

Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Rx Networks offers its GPStream framework of GPS acceleration solutions designed reduce GPS wake-up times to a few seconds while improving GPS signal lock in challenging indoor and urban environments.

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