Ericsson wins contract with Brazilian mobile operator Oi to provide its Mobile Organizer push email system

October 26, 2005

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STOCKHOLM -- Ericsson has won a deal with Oi, the first GSM operator in Brazil, to provide its Ericsson Mobile Organizer (EMO) solution, breaking new ground for mobile data services. Oi will become the first operator in Brazil to introduce Ericsson's push e-mail solution as part of its services for enterprise customers and end users.

Under the agreement Ericsson will be responsible for end-to-end system integration as well as hosting the service under a managed services contract.

Anders Runevad, president of Ericsson Brazil, says: "Ericsson is able to develop solutions that are well integrated into the corporate environment and optimized for the public mobile network."

EMO offers easy-to-use access to e-mails, calendar updates and meeting requests that are automatically delivered to the user via the mobile network, without the user having to take any action to receive them. This makes it simple and convenient for mobile users to keep up to date with their e-mail and schedules.

Ericsson will also be responsible for the day-to-day hosting of the push -e-mail service under the managed services agreement. Hosting will allow the operator to achieve get new services to market cheaply, quickly and easily.

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