Open software products Openwave Systems Inc (Nasdaq: OPWV) has had its Openwave Mobile Browser
Version 7 licensed by Siemens, a communications provider.
(NASDAQ:OPWV), a provider of open software products and services for the communications industry, and Toshiba have debuted the Toshiba VM-4050 phone featuring the Openwave Mobile Browser
. Currently available on the Sprint PCS Network the phone features picture and video messaging and an optimized web browsing experience on the device's spectacular 2.2 inch 260k color main LCD (QVGA).
The suite consists of upgrades to Openwave Mobile Browser
and Openwave Mobile Messaging Client, as well as two new products, Openwave File and Application Manager and Real Networks' RealOne(TM) Mobile Player.
Handset vendors including Alcatel, Sagem, Samsung, Siemens and Telit have committed to support the M-Services initiative and will commercially ship M-Services phones using the Openwave Mobile Browser
this year, with the first handsets scheduled this summer.
Open software products provider Openwave Systems Inc (NASDAQ: OPWV) has had its Openwave Mobile Browser
Version 7 chosen by Motorola (NYSE: MOT), a wireless, automotive and broadband communications company.