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Routers use Linux for proximity marketing

Article Source LinuxDevices
May 7, 2009, 12:05 pm
 
Libelium is shipping two Linux-based WiFi and Bluetooth routers designed to offer proximity marketing services. The outdoor-mountable N-Vio and indoors-only N-Vio Lite devices offer public WiFi access, as well as Bluetooth or WiFi-based interactive marketing and services, says the Zaragoza Spain-based company.
 

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