Psion Teklogix Inc. is the operational business of Psion, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Psion Teklogix is a global provider of solutions for mobile computing and wireless data collection. Psion Teklogix' products and services include rugged mobile hardware, secure wireless networks, software, professional services and support programs.
Psion Teklogix was formed in September 2000 as a result of the merger between U.K.-based Psion Enterprise division of Psion PLC, and Canadian-based Teklogix Inc.
Psion Teklogix is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada with additional corporate offices located in Europe, the United States, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.
Psion Teklogix is an ISO 9001:2000 registered company, and holds a certificate of registration from the British Standards Institution.
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... Psion registered the trademark NETBOOK in various territories, including European Union Community Trade Mark 000428250 and U.S ... They used this trademark for the Psion netBook product (discontinued in November 2003) and more recently the NETBOOK PRO, from October 2003 onwards ... In response to the growing use of this term, on 23 December 2008 Psion Teklogix sent cease and desist letters to various parties including enthusiast website(s) demanding they no longer ...
1967 - on September 20, Teklogix was formed by a group of 5 engineers. 1972 - Teklogix was awarded a contract from Canada Post to control a tilt-tray mail sorter system. 1980 - Teklogix introduced wireless real-time data collection solutions ...
... Teklogix was created in 1967 by Rod Coutts, a 1964 bachelor of applied science in electrical engineering, together with a small group of young Canadian engineers ... The Psion Group, founded in 1980 by David Potter, is widely credited with having created the world's first volume produced PDA with the launch of the Psion Organiser in 1984 ... the world's first practical pocket computer, the Organiser helped evolve Psion into a major technology player ...