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Nokia launches new enterprise-class 9500 Communicator
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 06:43 | Tags Filed under: News


Nokia launches new enterprise-class 9500 Communicator
Nokia introduced the Nokia 9500 Communicator is one of the first cellular devices on the market designed to meet the demands of corporate IT departments for customization, manageability and security.

The device framework incorporates technology and services from IBM, Symantec, Computer Associates, Oracle, SAP HP and others.

The tri-band device supporting E-GPRS (EDGE) and Wi-Fi 802.11b is expected to be available in volume during the fourth quarter of 2004. The price (unsubsidized) of the Nokia 9500 Communicator is expected to be around 800 in Europe.

With the announcement of the new enterprise-class communicator series, Nokia's recently formed Enterprise Solutions business group evolves the company's portfolio of business-optimised devices to include a full range of differentiated devices.

Like its predecessors from the first Communicator family, the Nokia 9500 Communicator takes the most popular office solutions mobile by bringing e-mail, personal information management, with PC synchronization, browsing, vertical enterprise applications and even document, spreadsheet and presentation creation into the pockets of mobile professionals, allowing them to effectively utilize their time while on the road. Other features of the 222-gram (7.83 oz.) device include:

  • Tri-band GSM capability (two variants: 900/1800/1900 MHz and 850/1800/1900 MHz)
  • GPRS/EGPRS (EDGE)
  • Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b
  • Symbian Operating System 7.0S Platform with J2ME Personal Profile environment
  • In-built VGA camera & Multimedia messaging
  • Bluetooth audio and data support
  • USB connectivity (Nokia Connectivity Cable DKU-2)
  • 80 MB of free user memory
  • Two color (up to 65k colors) displays with
  • 640x200 pixels, Series 80 User Interface
  • 128x128 pixels, Series 40 User Interface
  • E-mail support: POP3, IMAP,
  • Email: IMAP4, POP3, SMTP, SyncML
  • Security: SSL/TLS, Ipsec VPN
  • Browsing: HTML/XHTML, HTML 4.01, JavaScript 1.3
  • Office tool support: documents, spreadsheet, presentations

    Compatible and interoperable with existing IT infrastructures, the Nokia 9500 Communicator supports remote management using over-the-air provisioning, PC tools for device management, and customization capabilities. It also provides IT managers with a cost effective, easy-to-maintain and frequently updated device base, easing maintenance and deployment.

    Based on the Symbian operating system 7.0, Java Personal Profile and MIDP2.0, the Nokia 9500 Communicator series offers developers a well-known and respected foundation upon which to build innovative solutions, facilitating forward compatibility with future members of the new enterprise Communicator family.



    The Nokia 9500 Communicator supports a broad range of standards-based security solutions. Data traffic can be effectively secured by a variety of standard Virtual Private Network (VPN) solutions. For example, the Nokia Mobile (VPN) solution - consisting of the Nokia Security Service Manager and the Nokia Mobile VPN Client - integrates with existing corporate infrastructure and extends the use of IPSec VPN to mobile devices. Additionally, Symantec plans to provide unique firewall and antivirus protection with advanced over-the-air update features. The Nokia 9500 Communicator also supports other key security features such as device lock and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption for web-based applications.

    Already Forum Nokia, Nokia's global developer program, offers multiple resources to support developers in building enterprise applications for the new Nokia 9500 Communicator. SDKs available at launch include Nokia Communicator SDK 1.0 Beta for Symbian OS 7.0s, Nokia Communicator MIDP SDK 1.0 Beta for Symbian OS 7.0s, and Personal Profile Plug-in 1.0 Beta for Nokia Communicator SDK.


  • More information: http://www.forum.nokia.com/9500...




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