April 27, 2010
UDA Technologies introduced a new version of Envoy today, featuring enhanced UDA Portable Database Technology 2.0. Significant improvements include increased stability, faster access times, improved reliability, and better safeguards for use with laptops and portable devices.
Since its original release in January 2009, Envoy has added convenience and flexibility to clients needing real-time access to project information, anywhere, anytime. Envoy 2.0 builds on that success with enhanced UDA Portable Database Technology that offers significantly increased database stability, faster access times for ConstructionSuite and project files, improved reliability, and better safeguards for use with laptops and portable devices.
Envoy 2.0 shares a similar form factor as the original Envoy, forged from durable aluminum alloy yet light enough to carry in your wallet, only as big a credit card yet amazingly powerful. And with no internal moving parts, Envoy is designed to protect your data from the knocks and shocks of daily life. In fact, Envoy's solid-state memory will stand up to over 10Gs of abuse and still retain data for over 10 years. Learn More
"Envoy has been a great success and proof of the our commitment to innovation at UDA. The improvements we have added to Envoy 2.0 will further enhance our clients ability to maximize the availibility of ConstructionSuite data while improving speed, stability and reliability for portable devices." says Michael Stevens, President of UDA Technologies.
As a UDA Integrated Device, Envoy is specially designed to work with the award-winning ConstructionSuite 2010 family of products. Including, ConstructionSuite 2010 Residential, Commercial, and Green versions as well as ConstructionNet.
Envoy 2.0 continues UDA's commitment to develop products with the environment in mind. For example, the brushed aluminum alloy shell is made from 100% recycled materials. Envoy is also fully RoHS compliant and does not contain lead, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE).