RoadSync now Available for Nokia E-Series and N-Series Smartphones
Milford, CT, June 21, 2006 - DataViz, Inc., leading provider of Office compatibility solutions for over 22 years, today announced that RoadSync, its Exchange ActiveSync client, is now available for S60 3rd Edition devices, including Nokia's new E-Series and N-Series smartphones. Based on the Exchange ActiveSync protocol licensed from Microsoft, RoadSync provides secure, wireless and direct push synchronization with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 for a variety of mobile devices. With the addition of this newly supported platform, DataViz' RoadSync is now available for five of the most popular mobile platforms: S60 3rd Edition, UIQ, Series 80, Palm OS and Java MIDP 2.0. Support for Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition is also planned for later this year.
RoadSync for S60-enabled devices offers full mobile access to corporate e-mail, calendar and contacts from Exchange Server 2003, while eliminating the need for middleware servers, recurring service fees or subscriptions. Additionally, Direct Push technology, Remote Wipe security and Global Address List are supported when installed in combination with the Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2), enabling more businesses to deploy a wireless e-mail solution for their workforce at a fraction of the cost associated with today's alternatives.
"We are pleased to see DataViz bring their RoadSync solutions to market for the new E-Series and N-Series smartphones. With business-critical applications like DataViz' RoadSync, we can expand our corporate portfolio of mobile applications to include value-added solutions for customers interested in deploying these powerful new devices," said Jørn Husted, Managing Director, Dangaard Telecom Denmark.
"We are excited to continue broadening our offerings to the Nokia ecosystem by providing owners of these new S60 smartphones access to our Exchange ActiveSync solution," said Bonnie Boyle, Senior Business Manager, DataViz. "Given the wide variety of form factors and styles, it is likely that these S60 devices will make their way into organizations by both corporate or IT initiatives as well as bottom-up employee adoption. In either case, we are able to provide business customers with a cost-effective, scalable push e-mail solution that can be easily deployed and managed across an entire organization."