DualCor has published a Press Release announcing LEAP: Leadership Early Adopter Program. The release doesn’t contain any info on how to apply, so I assume a place to start would be their contact page.
DualCor Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of strategic enterprise mobility solutions, today announced its DualCor Leadership Early Adopter Program (LEAP). The DualCor LEAP provides companies an opportunity to review and test the DualCor cPC in their enterprise as well as influence DualCor future product development activities.
DualCor’s signature product, the DualCor cPC, is the world’s first ultra portable personal computer to simultaneously run full-function Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 and Windows Mobile 5.0 operating systems. The DualCor cPC is the only all-in-one, wireless handtop computer that combines the power of a desktop PC, the instant-on convenience of a PDA and the always-connected functionality of a cell phone.
“DualCor LEAP allows companies a first opportunity to experience the instant-on connectivity, undiluted functionality and uncompromised computing power and battery life that only the cPC can provide,” said Steve Hanley, president and chief executive officer, DualCor Technologies. “By implementing this program, partners are able to develop the correct strategy for cPC deployment across their enterprise. More than 30 charter members representing the medical, retail, transportation and government sectors have already joined and we’re excited by the overwhelmingly positive response.”
DualCor LEAP members have committed to purchase units of the DualCor cPC handtop and advise DualCor senior management on future product development activities. Based on the purchase of a minimum quantity of units, DualCor LEAP partners will receive cPC technology upgrades to ensure their enterprise is equipped for maximum impact and reliability. In addition, LEAP members are ensured product fulfillment priority based on their long-term deployment forecast.
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