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NewsForge: For Funambol, Open Source Software Makes Business Sense

Nov 16, 2006, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Nathan Willis)

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"Funambol, an open source Java-based SyncML application, reached a milestone in September with the release of v3.0. The software provides calendar and address book linkage for groupware and mobile devices. Funambol started out more than three years ago as Sync4j, with a project on SourceForge.net. From humble beginnings, Funambol has today become a company that sells commercial support contracts, but still makes its software available under the GPL.

"Windows and Linux server bundles of what the company calls its general availability release are available for download, as are client modules for a range of mobile devices that do not support SyncML natively--including BlackBerry, iPod, Palm, and Windows Mobile systems..."

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