Bayerisches Start-Up realisiert weltweit führende Hochleistungstechnik für E-Mobilität und Industrie
Kaufbeuren (ots) - Die Hochtechnologie der dynamic E flow GmbH bildet eine effektive Grundlage für die ...
Frankfurt am Main (ots) - Die TRACKTICS GmbH mit Sitz in Frankfurt und Zürich hat in drei Jahren ...
München (ots) - Ab sofort verstärken Christiane Ritter, Tim Jungblut und Sebastian Schütze das Team von ...
London (ots/PRNewswire) - Orange and Nokia today announced a new integrated Ovi service that widens the developer ecosystem and gives Orange customers using Nokia handsets easier access to more content. Orange is integrating Ovi content with the best of its apps from the Orange Application Shop to give customers simpler, more secure access to a wider range of content and services, creating one easy and seamless experience. Nokia's Ovi Store with Orange will be accessible by Orange customers in the UK and France in 2011.
Orange is working with Nokia to create a single sign-on for customers on a range of new handsets that simplifies the registration and purchasing process. Customers that purchase a Nokia device in the Orange Signature range will enjoy a wider range of local content and apps, sourced through the Orange developer community, and accessible through the Ovi Store with Orange. Access is simple, not requiring any additional registrations. For simplicity and convenience, customers will be able to buy any app from the Ovi Store on their Orange bill.
"Orange is always striving to create a great mobile multimedia experience for customers. To be successful, access to content must be simple, seamless and secure. That is why we are extending our partnership with Nokia, combining innovation to create an intelligent platform that brings an enhanced experience to our customers. By joining the best of both worlds and creating this new service, we believe Orange and Nokia together will bring significant benefits to both our customers and developers," said Paul Francois Fournier, Executive Vice President, Internet Services, Orange.
"Our data shows that two out of every three Ovi Store users choose the simplicity of operator billing when purchasing content. By offering more locally relevant content and the most convenient way to pay for it, we believe Nokia's Ovi Store with Orange will be a hit with consumers and provide developers with additional revenue opportunities," said Marco Argenti, Vice President of Media, Nokia.
Nokia and Orange will be engaging with third party developers on content creation for the Ovi Store during an Orange Partner Developer Day on September 17th in London.
For more information on this Developer Day visit http://www.orangepartner.com
ots Originaltext: Orange
Im Internet recherchierbar: http://www.presseportal.ch