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BW: KBrowser Released for Palm VII

May 27, 2000, 23:33 (1 Talkback[s])

"4thpass, the Seattle-based provider of industry-leading, WAP-compliant microbrowsers for wireless devices running the Palm or Java OS, today announced the immediate availability of KBrowser for Palm VII. Palm VII users are now able to browse over 5000 sites that use WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) to provide content and services for wireless devices, with the number of sites growing steadily each month."

"KBrowser relies on 4thpass transcoding technology to ensure instant content delivery for an optimal user experience. 4thpass Transcoder is the fastest, most scalable server-side transcoding technology that provides fast web download of content to any KBrowser-enabled wireless device, thus creating a compelling wireless experience for mobile users. 4thpass Transcoder supports the Windows, Unix, and Linux server platforms "

"With KBrowser, there is no need to rewrite content specifically for PDAs. By relying on KBrowser, enterprises can write their applications once and view from any web-enabled wireless device."

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