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Mobility Electronics joins Symbian Platinum Program
Posted on 15-Jan-2004 07:43 | Tags Filed under: News


Mobility Electronics joins Symbian Platinum Program
Mobility Electronics has joined the Symbian Platinum Program to support the emerging market for Symbian OS smartphone.

Mobility Electronics was the first office software developer invited to join the Symbian Affiliate Partner Program in August 2003. Since that time, Mobility Electronics has continued to tailor its software applications for users of smartphones based on Symbian OS. In addition to Quickoffice for the UIQ platform, the company offers both Quickword and Quickpoint for Nokia Series 60 phones.

By becoming a Symbian Platinum Partner, Mobility Electronics ensures the close integration of its solutions with advanced smartphones based on Symbian OS, providing simple and powerful management capabilities for enterprises looking to deploy applications and deliver content to mobile employees.

"The ability to check e-mails and work on standard office applications any where and at any time has become a fundamental requirement for today's smartphone users," said Ian Weston, VP Partner Support, Symbian. "We are pleased to have Mobility Electronics join the Symbian Platinum Program and help them continue to develop their technologies on Symbian OS."




More information: http://www.mobilityelectronics.com...




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