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Five Leading 2.5G and 3G Mobile Operators in Australia, France, Malaysia, Mexico and Spain Bring SEVEN-Powered Mobile Email to Market
Cambridge, England (ots/PRNewswire) -
- Businesses and Individual Consumers to Benefit From High-Performance Push-Email on Wide Variety of Mobile Phones at Affordable Prices
Today, SEVEN announced commercial partnerships with five leading 2.5G and 3G mobile operators who have chosen its software to provide push-based mobile email to their enterprise and consumer customers. SEVEN-powered services are available in Australia through Hutchison Telecom's 3 network, in Malaysia through DiGi and in Spain through Amena. For the first time, device-agnostic, push-based mobile email is available in France through Bouygues Telecom and in Mexico through Grupo Iusacell. These five operators are innovators in their markets, characterised by fast subscriber and data growth rates and leading 2.5G and 3G networks.
"Businesses and individuals worldwide continue to demand the ability to check email on the go. A variety of new email capable mobile phones are coming to market at a rapid pace and SEVEN enables people to use either integrated voice/data devices or lower cost voice-centric devices such as data-capable cellular phones for mobile email. SEVEN and its operator customers have the potential to meet the global market demand for mobile email." said Eugene Signorini, Director of Yankee Group's Wireless/Mobile Enterprise Solutions advisory practice.
SEVEN-powered mobile email services are currently available through 47 mobile operators across 30 countries and on more 3G networks than any other mobile email vendor. SEVEN makes it easy for companies and consumers to access email on the mobile device that best suits them - with over 100 smartphone and affordable everyday mobile phones to choose from. Today, businesses and organisations of all sizes, from individuals, workgroups of 5 -25 people, and large enterprises such as Accenture, Boeing, Danone, Ford, HP, KPMG, L'Oreal, Lucent Technologies, McDonald's, Mitsubishi Motors, Schering, Toshiba, Toyota, UPS, and XEROX use SEVEN-powered mobile email.
Asia Pacific Expansion: Hutchison Telecoms' 3, Australia
3, Hutchison Telecom's flagship brand for 3G services in Australia, is now offering Business Messaging Server and Desktop Editions, powered by SEVEN, to its small and medium corporate customers for as little as US$30/per subscriber/month (http://business.three.com.au/index.cfm?pid=2104&pageid=2873).
"At 3, we are focusing our Business Messaging service toward small and medium enterprises. Our customers are very cost aware and have diverse requirements for data services and mobile devices. With SEVEN's flexible mobile email platform and intelligent management system, we are able to quickly provide a comprehensive service portfolio across our 3G network. SEVEN also has the capability--like no other vendor in the market--of supporting a variety of 3G mobile devices, enabling 3 to best meet customers' needs, imaginations and budgets." said Nigel Dews, 3's Director of Sales, Marketing and Product.
Asia-Pac Expansion: DiGi, Malaysia
DiGi's Smartmail mobile email service is powered by SEVEN and supports Symbian Series 60, 80 & 90, MS Pocket PC, Microsoft Smartphone and Windows Mobile devices including models from Nokia, Siemens, and Sony Ericsson. SmartMail for business and consumer customers is available for immediate purchase from DiGi (http://www.digi.com.my/enhanced/office/smartmail/index.jsp).
"We are excited to offer a push-email service for a variety of mobile devices. Instead of limiting mobile e-mail to only one system or device, SmartMail is a service relevant to our entire subscriber base. SEVEN's technology supports all major Asian and European languages making it an ideal solution for Malaysia where, alongside Malay, the official language, English, Chinese and Tamil are also widely spoken. With SmartMail, no matter who you are or where you may be, you can have immediate access to your e-mail. We see SEVEN as the ideal partner to bring the mobile email experience to the mass-market in Malaysia." said DiGi's General Manager of Product Marketing, Peter Tay.
Americas Expansion: Grupo Iusacell, Mexico
Iusacell, is one of Mexico's fastest growing mobile operators and the first operator in Mexico to have a full-coverage 3G network. Iusacell is focused on offering innovative services to the corporate market. SEVEN-powered, Moviloffice, available later this month will be the first device agnostic, push-based mobile email service available to business customers in Mexico (http://www.iusacell.com.mx).
"Mobile email is the application our customers ask for most and we are bringing a great new service to market to meet their needs. We expect Moviloffice to be very popular-it is easy, affordable and people find it liberating to be more in touch and productive. We chose SEVEN for their comprehensive product that includes support for multiple email and device platforms and runs across Iusacell's 3G network today." said Gustavo Guzmán, CEO, Iusacell.
European Expansion: Bouygues Telecom, France
Bouygues Telecom, covering 98% of France, will be the first mobile operator in France to offer businesses access to device-independent, push email. The SEVEN-powered mobile office service, Messagerie Mobile Universelle is now available from Bouygues (http://www.entreprises.bouyguestelecom.fr).
"The demand for push email is reaching mass market proportions in France and we were keen to find a solution partner capable of helping us go to market quickly and one that would grow with us as the demand for robust and feature-rich mobile email gains momentum. SEVEN was the best choice for that. From the end customers' perspective, this is an excellent solution as it provides a true push email experience with flexible billing options and complete device independence. In partnership with SEVEN, we have the capability to give the customer a flexible, easy-to-use and affordable solution on our leading portfolio of devices," said Jean René Cazeneuve, Director of the Enterprise Sector at Bouygues Telecom.
European Expansion: Amena, Spain
Spain's fastest growing mobile operator, Amena, the mobile communications company of the Auna Group in Spain, is offering SEVEN's popular Always-On Mail, mobile email, to Amena's enterprise customers. The service was launched on May 6th, 2005 (www.amena.es).
"By teaming with mobile operators and handset manufacturers to make email a simple add-on to existing mobile data plans, SEVEN reduces mobile email's total cost of ownership and makes initial set up and deployment easy. We support all handset platforms and a broad range of email programs and work with the leading operators to bring mobile email to the mass-market." said Kent Thexton, CEO of SEVEN.
SEVEN is a global provider of software that enables mobile operators to offer their subscribers secure, low-cost, real-time access to business and personal email applications. SEVEN is available as Personal Edition for prosumers, Workgroup Edition for groups or departments and Server Edition and Enterprise Edition for businesses. Our software supports all major device platforms, including BREW, J2ME, Microsoft Pocket PC, Microsoft Smartphone 2003, Palm OS and Symbian-based phones, and is currently compatible with over 100 handheld devices manufactured by Hitachi, HTC, Motorola, Nokia, palmOne, Sanyo, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and Toshiba. SEVEN is available today across major international network standards, and is offered by 47 leading mobile operators worldwide including: Cingular Wireless, KDDI Corp., NTT DoCoMo, Orange, SingTel, TDC Song, Sprint, Telefonica Moviles, Telenor Group and Vodafone Italy. SEVEN is a global company headquartered in Redwood City, CA, USA, with regional headquarters in Cambridge, Helsinki, Singapore, and Tokyo and local offices around the globe. For additional information please visit: www.seven.com.
SEVEN is a registered trademark of Seven Networks, Inc. Out of the Office, System SEVEN, SEVEN Personal Edition, SEVEN Enterprise Edition, and SEVEN Server Edition are also trademarks or service marks of Seven Networks, Inc. All other trademarks or tradenames are those of their respective owners.
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