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a continuous nonspatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct or distinguishable from adjacent parts

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11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Continua Health Alliance today announced that two major communications providers -- China Mobile and Verizon Enterprise Solutions -- have joined the Alliance, adding to a roster of mobile members, including ATT, KDDI, Korea Telecom (KT), NTT DOCOMO - Mobile, NTT, Orange, Telefonica, Telus and Vodafone, that are leading Continua's worldwide efforts to advance interoperability for mobile health devices and systems.
Continua Health Alliance, an international not-for-profit organization of healthcare and technology companies dedicated to creating an eco-system of interoperable personal connected health products and services, today announced it will make its Design Guidelines publicly available for download free of charge.
Bluetooth Smart Continua-ready devices and systems use a fraction of the power of Bluetooth Classic and, in many cases, will not require recharging for over a year," said Clint McClellan, Continua board president and chairman, and senior director of strategic marketing, Qualcomm Life, Inc.
Demand for Continua Certified[TM] products increasing with the Japanese Tsunami disaster relief efforts and the recent launch of Continua-compliant personal connected healthcare technologies and regional partnership solutions.
As the Chair of Continua's new Working Group in India, he will help us to quickly establish a significant presence in India and the entire Gulf region," said Clint McClellan, Continua board president and chairman, and senior director of strategic marketing, Qualcomm Life, Inc.
TTA's involvement in Continua Plugfests, Test and Certification work group and the Continua Certified Experts (CCEs) program has helped nurture the Alliance's successful certification program.
Making the latest Continua Design Guidelines available to the public for free is an important milestone, enabling vendors to create devices that make the collection and sharing of personal health data convenient and secure for consumers and health care providers.
Continua Health Alliance, the global non-profit, open industry alliance of more than 230 leading healthcare and technology organizations, today announced that it has elected Qualcomm's Senior Director of Market Development, Clint McClellan, to President and Chair of Continua's Board of Directors.
The Vignet iPhone Mobile Manager is a Continua certified software manager that can be easily customized and adapted by various mobile applications and service providers.
The Japan Workgroup of Continua Health Alliance[R], an international non-profit industry organization dedicated to improving the quality of personal connected health, this week will demonstrate the latest Continua Certified[TM] healthcare products and services at "CEATEC Japan 2010," an exhibition for the newest IT and electronics technologies, beginning Wednesday, October 6 in Makuhari Messe, Tokyo.
We are extremely excited about the Continua certification of the Onyx(R) II, Model 9560 and the role it will have in building an interoperable personal health ecosystem," said Jayant Parthasarathy, Ph.
BELFAST, Northern Ireland -- Continua Health Alliance, an international organization of leading healthcare and technology companies, today announced it will begin developing an interoperable source code software library for various mobile platforms.
Member Companies IBM, Nonin Medical and Vignet Will Showcase the Industry's First End-to-end Continua Connected Health Solution at CES
Continua Certifies Three New Devices to Build Interoperable Ecosystem
Continua Health Alliance, the non-profit, open industry coalition of leading health care and technology companies, has selected two wireless technology standards for inclusion in the next version of its interoperability Design Guidelines.