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Siemens Licenses Openwave Mobile Browser Version 7
Posted: 11-May-2004 [Source: Openwave Systems]

[Siemens licenses Openwave Mobile Browser Version 7 for its Siemens 65 series of handsets expected to ship in Europe in the middle of this year.]

Redwood CIty, Calif. -- Openwave Systems Inc., the leading provider of open software products and services for the communications industry, today announced that Siemens has licensed Openwave Mobile Browser Version 7 (V7), the flagship application from Openwave Phone Suite Version 7, for its Siemens 65 series of handsets which are expected to ship in Europe in the middle of this year.

Openwave Phone Suite V7 enables manufacturers like Siemens to deliver differentiated and uniquely integrated user experiences that drive adoption of advanced data services. The V7 browser represents an advance in mobile browsing technology, including significant developments in page rendering and customization.

"With more than half a billion phones powered by Openwave software and over 50 percent market share, Openwave is a clear leader in mobile browser technology," said Rob Williams, general manager of the client product group at Openwave. "It is fitting that an innovator like Siemens would lead the market by bringing this advanced browsing technology into its portfolio."

About Openwave Phone Suite V7

Several leading phone manufacturers have licensed and plan to utilize Openwave Phone Suite V7 in phones scheduled to ship during this year. The suite provides a one stop solution for meeting carrier requirements for browsing, client provisioning, download, digital rights management, multimedia messaging, email, synchronization, file management, device management, instant messaging, and mobile location. V7 also features groundbreaking user interface capabilities allowing operators and manufacturers to harness the power of the phone, innovating on top of core mobile data technologies to deliver custom experiences and new value added data services for end users.

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