Stephen Greer, Sales Executive of Brainboxes, accepting the Mobile Computing category in the Best of Microsoft Tech·Ed 2005 Europe Award

Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Magazine has announced that Brainboxes has won the Mobile Computing category in the Best of Microsoft Tech·Ed 2005 Europe Awards.  Brainboxes was nominated for its Bluetooth Serial Connectivity and CompactFlash products. The winners were announced at Microsoft Tech·Ed 2005 Europe in Amsterdam, on Thursday 7th July at an evening awards reception.

Mark Anderson, Chairman of VBug UK and category judge, explained that Brainboxes' CompactFlash and serial products stood out from the other finalists because of "the ease of configuration of the devices along with the wide range of uses this application can be utilised for." He went on to comment that "the judges were particularly impressed with the wide range of applications being developed."

On collecting the award Eamonn Walsh, managing director of Brainboxes, said, "It is really good to have our confidence in these products reinforced by winning such a prestigious award.  It was good to learn that it was not only our current products that impressed the judges but also Brainboxes commitment to continual development."

"All of the products that were evaluated for the Best of Microsoft Tech·Ed 2005 Europe awards were of exceptional quality but the winners stood out amongst the competition for providing the best strategic importance to the market, the highest competitive advantage to the organisation, and the most value to the customer", said Mike Otey, Senior Technical Editor for Windows IT Pro Magazine.
 
Liverpool-based Brainboxes has over 20 years experience in tailoring and manufacturing PC serial connectivity solutions to customers' requirements. Brainboxes also offers a full range of high-performance Bluetooth adaptors to enable customers in such sectors as retail, medical, manufacturing, finance and banking to remove the cables from their devices and benefit from wireless connectivity.

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