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Motorola to license RIM technology
Posted on 21-Apr-2004 23:11 | Tags Filed under: News

Research In Motion (RIM) and Motorola signed an agreement to license RIM's technology under RIM's BlackBerry Connect licensing program. Through this deal, Motorola will have the option to enable specific mobile phones to connect to BlackBerry services including support for both BlackBerry Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Web Client.

No further details were available, and the company says it will release additional info at a later date.


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