Orange Offers Push

PARIS -- Orange Business Services announces today its managed mobile push mail solution for multinationals.

This solution complements Orange Business Services' existing portfolio of mobile push mail offers, especially Orange Mail Enterprise Service announced in June 2006 and designed for the Small and Medium business market.

It enables automatic synchronization between mobile devices and data stored in a company's e-mail server. New e-mails, calendar appointments and contact details are automatically "pushed" to the mobile user's device, and updates made on the mobile device are automatically reflected on the user's PC.

This global service is based on Intellisync Mobile Suite from Nokia. It supports secure mobile data delivery for business applications on a wide range of industry-leading mobile devices running on virtually any network. It is capable of scaling to support thousands of users on a worldwide basis.

"Our multinational customers are using a variety of devices and messaging infrastructure, so we were seeking a truly open and future-proof mobile platform to address their various requirements," said Guillaume Freyburger, enterprise mobility product manager at Orange Business Services.

Multinationals can now enjoy a fully managed mobile push mail solution, available worldwide. Supporting Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, SMTP and IMAP/POP3 servers, it works on a variety of handheld devices and operating systems, including Windows Mobile™, Symbian OS and Palm OS. Because e-mail is so critical to today's business, 24x7 support and specific SLAs are included.

"Looking forward, the platform's sophisticated capabilities will enable us to mobilize other business critical applications in addition to mail, as well as effectively manage mobile devices fleets, providing cost savings and reducing total cost of ownership for our multinational customers," said Freyburger.

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