Good Technology introduced the GoodLink for wireless devices powered by Microsoft's Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC Phone Edition, including the T-Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition. Forthcoming GoodLink-ready Windows Mobile-powered devices include the Motorola MPx.
In addition to providing cradle-free, two-way wireless synchronization with the full suite of Microsoft Outlook applications, GoodLink for Windows Mobile enables attachment downloads that can be edited with Microsoft Pocket Excel or Word or any of the thousands of third-party applications that are available for Microsoft's industry-standard mobile platform. Administrators can support multiple GoodLink devices on a variety of networks, from a single GoodLink server.
The company says that several of 2,000+ enterprise customers have been testing GoodLink for Windows Mobile 2003 Software for Pocket PC Phone Edition since it was first demonstrated publicly in February, 2004.
"The release of GoodLink for Windows Mobile marks another important milestone in our commitment to industry standards. These standards allow our customers to benefit from the best mobile devices available, regardless of platform or carrier," said Sue Forbes, Good's vice president of marketing. "GoodLink for Windows Mobile adds powerful messaging and data access capabilities to Microsoft's already impressive, feature-rich operating system, delivering laptop power to smartphones."