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October 7, 2009

Samsung Mobile, Sybase to team up for Windows Mobile powered smart phones

Enterprise ready mobility smart phones brings office computer to mobile device

By CBR Staff Writer

Samsung Telecommunications America and Sybase have are planning to collaborate to deploy, manage and secure Windows Mobile powered smart phones for enterprise customers. The project is expected to provide mobile knowledge workers with access to business-critical applications.

Under this agreement, Sybase and Samsung Mobile will reduce the complexities with securely extending corporate information to consumers who are bringing personal smart phones into the workplace.

Samsung Mobile selects Sybase on its mobile enterprise application platform to allow enterprises extend information securely. With this deal it also claims to deliver high quality, full-featured and enterprise ready mobility smart phones that bring capabilities of an office computer to a mobile device.

Willie Jow, vice president of Enterprise Mobility Group at Sybase, said: “Building a strategic ecosystem is critical to meeting the demands of the rapidly growing enterprise mobility industry. Our work with Samsung Mobile will arm information workers with enterprise-ready devices capable of easy integration within IT frameworks while maintaining the integrity and privacy of enterprise information.”

Gavin Kim, vice president, Content and Data Services and Enterprise Enablement for Samsung Mobile, said: “Our work with Sybase is a prime example of Samsung Mobile’s commitment to delivering mobile devices designed with enterprise-ready features and customization capabilities that advance employee productivity. We will continue to develop new solutions to power specific business applications to ensure enterprise mobility initiatives are aligned with business goals. We’ve found a collaborator in Sybase with a very successful track record of managing these deployments for customers.

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