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Raven
08-02-2005, 10:44 PM
BiTween (http://www.bitween.com/v2/eng2/homeeng.htm) have just released Remote Control 2 (http://www.handango.com/ampp/store/PlatformProductDetail.jsp?siteId=1208&jid=EEFD9EC1624332C252772712CE6376E6&platformId=4&productType=2&productId=157019) for the Nokia 9300 and 9500 Communicator. Remote Control allows you to access and work on your PC on-the-fly from any location connected to the Internet or through your VPN connection. Get convenient access to email, files, control the status of your Web server, programs and network resources from home or the road.


http://www.bitween.com/v2/images/rc1.jpg


The new version will set up and be ready to go in minutes, even by novice users.

Benefits:
When you connect to your PC, the Viewer window launches automatically, allowing you to view and control your PC directly from your SmartPhone.

Access your PC from any worldwide location on any windows operating system at any time. Even work on your office Windows PC from your mobile at home.

Securely access your PC from your Nokia S80 Smartphone

Ultimate mobility.

Invite a second person to temporarily view or share control of your PC.

Great for tech support, demos or "conference" viewing of info.

All data is protected with encryption using 128-bit keys. Dual passwords and end-to-end user authentication.

Most secure Internet connection available in a remote-access product for Smarphone users.

Cut, copy and paste text between computer and mobile phone

Simplifies transfer of content between devices.

Easily transfer files, folders and directories between computers and SmartPhone. You never again need to email files to yourself or copy to floppies.

Get access to your files at any time from anywhere.


http://www.bitween.com/v2/images/rc2.jpg


Previous version (included in this version:
Run as a service
Landscape mode
Zoom from 50% to 100%
Keys Sequence
DCHP and Dynamic IP resolver
Screen Refresh Wireless technology

New features Include:
Grayscale 16/256 Colors and the new 4096 colors support
1 Tunnelling Firewall port
Multiple plug-ins for future plug-ins and services without make any new configuration
Encryption
Tap & drag
Encryption
2 different refresh rate for speedup refreshing rate
FileXchange and sharing file technologies
Image quality percentage selection
Shortcut action directly on the screen

A Better Solution: In addition to enabling flexible access from anywhere, Remote Control 2 is far easier to install and use and has faster performance and file transfer capabilities than any other mobile product. Plus it''s less expensive and easier to use than other remote-access technologies such as a VPN and RAS


Press release:

February 8, 2005 Milan, Italy

BiTween S.r.l., the Milan, Italy based wireless technology developer for mobile professionals, today announced the launch of Remote Control 2.0 for the new Nokia Communicator Series, an improved version of their award winning Remote Control application that enables users to access and control their personal computers from a mobile communications device. Remote Control has been in wide distribution for the past three years in the European market, and won the Best Enterprise Application Award at the Symbian Exposium held April 2004 in London and the Handango Champion award for Best Business Application for Symbian in 2003.

“The launch of Remote Control 2.0 for Nokia Communicators represents our continued commitment to improving the productivity of mobile professionals, systems administrators, warehouse managers, and others who would benefit from having complete access to their PC” said BiTween S.r.l Manager of International Software, Roberto la Ragione. Remote Control 2.0 is now available for devices running Nokia Series 80 and UIQ operating systems.

“Since the launch of Remote Control 2.0 for UIQ, we have been working to meet the demand for this excellent product for the Nokia 9500 and 9300. Based on the initial response from pre-orders, we anticipate this will be a very successful product.” said BiTween USA Manager, Andrew McFadden. With the release of Remote Control 2.0, BiTween brings simplified installation, increased speed, and several high-demand features such as the file tree view of My Computer and advanced file transfers.

About BiTween S.r.l and BiTween USA
BiTween is an emerging leader in bringing business solutions to corporations through wireless communications devices. Founded in 2000, BiTween’s award-winning products can be found on cell phones all over the world. BiTween is poised to become a key provider of wireless business solutions.

Contact:
Official Remote Control website: www.remotecontrol.bitween.com
Roberto la Ragione, Manager International Software –BiTween S.r.l. / rlr@bitween.com / +39 02 43911470
Andrew McFadden, Manager BiTween USA - BiTween USA / andrew@bitweenusa.com / (714) 697-6416

debernardis
10-02-2005, 06:32 AM
I'm sure this application is excellent, though it seems quite expensive :frown: and maybe focused on the corporate market.

For a free, open-source alternative :) , I am presently experimenting with a midlet I found by googling,

http://j2mevnc.sourceforge.net/.

This is is a J2ME VNC viewer, and in my experience connects smoothly to the free VNC server from http://www.realvnc.com.
I could remotely administer my home pc with a nice speed even over gprs; while on wi-fi, screen update is practically real-time.

I would like other commi user to try this midlet and let me know their impressions; maybe the developer or some other J2ME-experienced guy can take its source and shape it better to the commi. I.e. I still found no way to issue special characters like the 'windows' key on windows keyboards, or function keys, or the backspace.

Please find attached a screen dump to see how it feels ;)

http://www.debernardis.it/j2me-vnc.jpg

mister_morkou
04-04-2005, 01:08 PM
The thing you offered is great - especially that it is free. The only thing is - had no chance to get it working on my 9500 - nouse mode is not working properly - maybe this is because that I am using beta version? Can you please send me the .jar you are using?

Kindest regards,
mister_morkou@yahoo.com

I'm sure this application is excellent, though it seems quite expensive :frown: and maybe focused on the corporate market.

For a free, open-source alternative :) , I am presently experimenting with a midlet I found by googling,

http://j2mevnc.sourceforge.net/.

This is is a J2ME VNC viewer, and in my experience connects smoothly to the free VNC server from http://www.realvnc.com.
I could remotely administer my home pc with a nice speed even over gprs; while on wi-fi, screen update is practically real-time.

I would like other commi user to try this midlet and let me know their impressions; maybe the developer or some other J2ME-experienced guy can take its source and shape it better to the commi. I.e. I still found no way to issue special characters like the 'windows' key on windows keyboards, or function keys, or the backspace.

Please find attached a screen dump to see how it feels ;)

http://www.debernardis.it/j2me-vnc.jpg