The Good G100 handheld is a continuously synchronized messaging device that is always up-to-date and was purpose-built for accessing data and composing/reading large amounts of e-mail.
In addition to controlling system functionality for the Good G100 handheld, Cirrus’ EP7312-90 maintains the connection between the handheld and its onboard GoodLinkâ„¢ wireless corporate messaging software. GoodLink uses data compression, encryption and two-way wireless synchronization technologies to extend the capabilities of Microsoft Outlook to a wireless handheld. GoodLink connects users securely to their company e-mail, calendar, contacts, notes, tasks and attachments in Microsoft Office and many other formats â€” right from a wireless handheld when they are mobile.
â€œCirrus Logic’s technology enabled Good to develop a powerful, compact and sophisticated wireless messaging device,â€ said Paul Lima, vice president of Hardware Engineering for Good Technology, Inc. â€œWe found Cirrus’ EP7312-90 to be an extremely flexible embedded processor platform that’s compatible with a wide variety of peripherals and interfaces.â€
â€œOur experience in developing high-performance processors for the world’s most successful and demanding consumer electronics manufacturers has resulted in a portfolio of powerful, inexpensive and integrated chips that our customers find are perfect for applications such as the personal information manager market,â€ said Terry Leeder, senior vice president of Sales and Marketing for Cirrus Logic.
The EP7312-90 is one of the fastest ARM-720T embedded processors on the market, enabling advanced user interfaces and operating systems in battery-powered devices. Its superior speed and low-power architecture allow customers to differentiate their product offerings while improving overall system performance and maintaining long battery life.