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Visto To Deliver Push Email on Nokias New Business DevicesVisto Mobile with ConstantSync technology to increase productivity on Nokia Eseries devices (October 12, 2005)
Visto Corporation, a leading global provider of secure push mobile email, today announced that it will extend the Visto Mobile push e-mail solution to Nokia Series 60 3rd edition business-optimized mobile devices. Visto Mobile is expected to be available on the new Nokia E60, Nokia E61 and Nokia E70 devices in Q1 of 2006.
?As we continue to see uptake of Visto Mobile with the worlds largest mobile operators, device choice and flexibility will be key ingredients for helping them attract and retain business customers for mobile email, said Jean Tripier, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Visto Corporation. ?By collaborating with Nokia, the recognized leader in mobile handsets, we are providing companies with a push email solution that serves the business and security requirements of all levels within the organization. The combination of Visto Mobile running on a broad range of Nokia mobile devices creates a secure and flexible solution that will increase enterprise productivity and enable true mass business adoption of push email."
Visto Mobile with ConstantSync technology provides instantaneous two-way delivery of email, contact and calendar updates on any 2.5G or 3G device. The combination of the Nokia Eseries devices with Visto Mobile provides a flexible and secure business solution that runs on POP3, Microsoft Outlook/Exchange, and IBM Lotus Notes/Domino servers, and scales from mobile professionals to enterprises.
?The new Nokia Eseries devices will meet the needs of business end users and the IT professionals that support them, said Niklas Savander, senior vice president, business devices at Nokia Enterprise Solutions. ?Nokia believes that businesses will continue to invest in a wide range of mobile devices and that mobile e-mail is one of the first steps they will take in enabling employees to be connected and productive. By collaborating with leading mobile email providers such as Visto, we are offering businesses a complete solution for turning downtime into uptime when away from the office.
Visto has the distinction of being the first mobile email vendor to deliver ?true push email on more than 60 handsets from industry-leading device manufacturers such as Nokia. Visto continues to experience strong growth and momentum, with the Visto Mobile solution currently available across a broad array of devices from more than fifteen leading wireless operators around the world, including: Vodafone, the worlds largest mobile community; Rogers Wireless, Canadas largest wireless operator; and Sprint-Nextel, a provider of fully integrated wireless communications services in the United States.
Visto delivers the leading global platform for mobile operators to provide wireless push e-mail to the broadest set of mobile devices. Vistos open solution enables e-mail for the mass market, targeting large enterprises, small businesses, mobile professionals and consumers. The companys patented Visto Mobile platform with ConstantSync technology works in real time with POP3, IMAP, Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino e-mail solutions for personal to enterprise use, providing maximum control and flexibility for the operator and choice for the customer. Vistos customized, brandable solutions are available through mobile operators worldwide including Cingular, Elisa, KPN, Rogers Wireless, SmarTone, SFR, Sprint-Nextel, TELUS Mobility and the Vodafone Group.
Established in 1996 and headquartered in Redwood Shores, California, with offices in Seattle, London, Rome, Paris, Toronto, Tokyo, Beijing and Tianjin, China, Visto is backed by Oak Investment Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, VantagePoint Venture Partners, Meritech Capital Partners, Rustic Canyon Ventures, Allegis Capital and Blueprint Ventures.
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