Provides search of two million+ technical documents with a Web-enabled mobile device
PISCATAWAY, N.J., June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- IEEE, the world's largest technical professional association for the advancement of technology, today announced the launch of IEEE Xplore Mobile, which incorporates enhancements based on user feedback collected from a beta test that began last June. IEEE Xplore Mobile (m.ieeexplore.ieee.org) gives users the ability to conveniently perform searches of over two million technical documents with any mobile device connected to the Internet.
Users with the proper subscription can view the full-text of an article by e-mailing the link to any e-mail address, then viewing the article directly from the main IEEE Xplore Web site when they are on their personal computer. Non-subscribers can purchase the articles or subscribe to the IEEE Xplore digital library.
Some users at subscribing institutions will be able to access full-text PDF documents using a Wi-Fi-enabled mobile device. Sign in to the Wi-Fi at any institution with an active IP authenticated subscription and receive full-text access, based on the subscription terms.
"IEEE Xplore users make more than seven million downloads a month," said Anthony Durniak, IEEE Publications Staff Director. "We realized that remote access to those searches would be a huge convenience factor. The mobile application also provides us with the opportunity to answer our users' questions wherever they may be."
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