Developers 'get the picture' with new Nokia Mobile Internet Toolkit, an end-to-end solution for MMS application development and deployment

August 5, 2002

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IRVING, Texas -- Nokia (NYSE: NOK - News) today stepped up its commitment to creation of services based on the interoperable Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS) standard with the release of its Mobile Internet Toolkit 3.1. The new Toolkit is part of an end-to-end solution from Nokia for development and deployment of MMS services by operators and content providers. The Toolkit is available for download at The new version of Nokia's top-rated Mobile Internet Toolkit will add momentum to the roll-out of MMS by providing a PC-based testing and simulation environment that gives developers the potential to easily create, test and preview MMS messages. The new Toolkit includes the ability to edit or auto-generate Synchronized Multimedia Internet Language (SMIL) files. A SMIL file is the portion of an MMS message that contains instructions governing presentation of multimedia content. "The merging of rich media and wireless devices is a vital component of Nokia's strategy for accelerating the transition to advanced wireless networks with compelling services," said Jouko Hayrynen, vice president, Forum Nokia. "Now, with the Mobile Internet Toolkit 3.1, we provide a fast-track to bring new MMS applications to the market and enable end-user migration from existing SMS-based services to more advanced services." Nokia Corp.

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