Wind Sticks With Adamind

Wind buys new Adamind licence to broaden its mobile content services

January 30, 2006

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MILIPITAS, Calif. -- Adamind (LSE: ADA - News), the world's leading provider of media adaptation software for mobile messaging, content and convergence services, announces that Wind Telecomunicazioni SpA, Italy's third largest mobile phone company and its largest Internet service provider, has bought a new licence from Adamind as part of a major expansion of rich content services for its thirteen million mobile subscribers.

The agreement further extends Adamind license from a previous integration with Wind's WAP download services offered via Wind's mobile portal to supporting also Wind's MMS services. Wind, widely regarded as one of Europe's most innovative mobile operators, has been an Adamind customer since July 2003, when it became the first European operator to introduce a preview package enabling subscribers to preview rich content before purchase for download to their handsets. Wind's mobile portal, providing rich media mobile service, recorded 1.4 million unique visitors in 2005.

Shailendra Jain, Chief Executive of Adamind, said: "We are delighted to be closely involved in the expansion of Wind's rich media content services. This agreement demonstrates the strength of our relationship with Wind and the scalability of Adamind's Spire media adaptation platform to address rapidly rising growth in MMS traffic."


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