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BW: MobileSys Announces Linux Support for MobileSys MX Two-Way Wireless Data/Messaging Engine

Aug 16, 2000, 03:11 (0 Talkback[s])


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"MobileSys, Inc., the leading global wireless data and messaging platform provider, today announced that it has broadened the Operating System platform support for its two-way wireless messaging engine, MobileSys MX, to include the open source platform Linux. Targeted at Global 2000 enterprises and e.Business providers, MobileSys MX is a software solution that enables corporate applications -- such as email, network management, customer call center, sales force automation and others -- to instantly communicate with a variety of data-enabled wireless devices including digital cellular phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and one- and two-way pagers."

"MobileSys will be demonstrating its solutions at the LinuxWorld Expo in San Jose, California, on August 14-17 at Booth No. 1245. For more information on how to evaluate the software visit the corporate web site at http://www.mobilesys.com."

"MobileSys MX supports the widest range of data formats, messaging protocols, Operating Systems, enterprise applications and mobile devices in the industry, providing two-way messaging on all major wireless data networks worldwide. In addition to Red Hat Linux 6.1, the MobileSys platform supports the industry's most popular Operating Systems including HP UX, Solaris/SPARC, Solaris x86 Server Suite, IBM AIX, FreeBSD and BSD/OS, reducing customers' time-to-wireless with a scalable solution that is easy to install."

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