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December 15, 2010

Nokia, IBM to jointly deliver mobility offerings to businesses in India

To offer IBM Lotus Notes Traveler for Nokia smartphones to get direct, secure access to email

By CBR Staff Writer

Nokia and IBM have entered into a partnership to offer a solution for Nokia business phone users to get direct, secure access to email and personal information through IBM Domino servers.

The new partnership will enable enterprises in India using IBM Domino server to push mail onto Nokia smartphones which use the Symbian S60 OS.

Organisations will have to deploy IBM Lotus Notes Traveler offering for Nokia smartphones for acquiring this ability. The offering is available for Nokia Symbian S60 smartphones.

Nokia India director V Ramanath said IBM Lotus Notes Traveler gives business professionals easy, secure and real-time access to their email boxes, corporate contacts and corporate calendar on their Nokia smartphones.

IBM India/South Asia Software Group director Pradeep Nair said this collaboration is part of their continuing effort to expand mobile support for the Lotus software portfolio.

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