Dell TrueMobile 5000 GPRS PC Card

Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: Dell
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: GMM v1.13.15/driver v1.0.0.8, A01 / 2/28/03

Windows device driver information for Dell TrueMobile 5000 GPRS PC Card

The Dell TrueMobile 5000 GPRS PC Card device driver is used by its supported device in implementing GPRS Internet access to select Dell Latitude laptops. Users of this device are allowed to receive and send email messages, schedule appointments and browse the World Wide Web while connected to the GPRS network with their Dell Latitude laptops. The device driver for this device also helps in employing the ‘Always On, Always Connected’ function of the GPRS. This function allows for remote connectivity in real time suitable for the synchronization of portable devices with the centralized databases and corporate networks. This device has support for IPsec client software that provides remote and secure IP access. GPRS or General packet radio service is a mobile data service that is packed oriented. GPRS was created as a Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) counter to the previous packet switched cellular technologies which are the i-mode and CDPD.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

The GPRS implemented by the Dell TrueMobile 5000 GPRS PC Card has full support for widely used protocols including IP (Internet protocol), PPP (point-to-point protocol), X.25 and TCP/IP. In practice, mobile built in browsers utilize the IPv4. X.25 connections on the other hand, is normally utilized for wireless payment terminals and may be supported across IP or PPP but doing so will require either a built in intelligence to the terminal/device or a router that is network based for performing encapsulation. In the event that TCP/IP is utilized, every phone may have one or more allocated IP addresses. GPRS will be responsible for storing and forwarding IP packets to the phone while in cell handover. Meanwhile, TCP/IP will handle packet loss (if there is any) which can result in the transmission speed to temporarily throttle. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Dell TrueMobile 5000 GPRS PC Card errors before installing any driver updates.