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Seven Touts Push Email

Seven announces availability of its push mobile email software on Java-based mobile devices

August 22, 2006

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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- SEVEN today announced the availability of its true push mobile email software on Java-based mobile devices. For the first time users now can get true push experience on popular Java devices. With the announcement SEVEN continues its effort to make mobile email available to more users and more devices than any other mobile email provider.

The first Java devices to support SEVEN's Always-On push email are the popular Sony Ericsson K510 Megapixel camera phone, and the Walkman(R) phones W550 and W810. Further device support for other vendors will follow.

SEVEN has developed its Always-On products to ensure that users with mass-market Java-enabled phones now can enjoy the same level of user experience, previously available only on high-end business devices, so called smart phones. Emails are pushed directly to the device as soon as they arrive to the email server. All actions are simultaneously mirrored on the mobile device and on the email server. This represents a significant improvement over the previous generation of email solutions on Java-enabled phones - being faster, more reliable and more intuitive.

Henrik Voigt, Director and Head of Enterprise Solutions at Sony Ericsson, said "There is increasing demand for access to mobile email on every level of mobile phone; and Sony Ericsson is committed to delivering the service to suit any user. Our partnership with SEVEN will ensure we continue to provide our customers with an unrivalled mobile email experience."

"The mobile email market is moving to the mass market phase, which enables consumers to enjoy the benefits of always-on connectivity to their email inboxes," said Paul Hedman, Chief Operating Officer, SEVEN. "Furthermore, by making our mobile email solution compatible with popular Java-based devices, mobile operators can add new services and increase their data revenues. I believe this helps our 100 strong operator base to bring push email solution available to mass markets - ensuring SEVEN remains the mobile email provider of choice."

Seven Networks Inc.

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