BW: MobileSys Announces Linux Support for MobileSys MX Two-Way Wireless Data/Messaging Engine
Aug 16, 2000, 03:11 (0 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"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