|Wednesday, 22 June 2011, 18:53 HKT/SGT|
Source: Fujitsu Ltd
CommunicAsia, Singapore, June 22, 2011 - (ACN Newswire) - Fujitsu, a leading provider of ICT-based business solutions, today announced its exclusive partnership with Atmail to offer service providers in ASEAN the next generation unified communication application.
This platform with the world's leading messaging technologies in a package is easy to deploy and manage and it enables mobile subscribers with a single sign-on portal to consolidate communication technologies such as voice, video, chat and email with social networking sites. The portal also introduces a new level of interactions with interactive location based services.
The Atmail mobile application aggregates and organises the world's leading messaging technologies in a single portal. Mobile subscribers use Atmail's single sign-on capability and seamless unified directory services to activate multiple communication channels such as voice, video, SMS, instant messaging, email and their favorite social networking sites such as Facebook or Twitter. The Atmail application is able to use presence or location based information to enable the development of new applications to target and interact with specific subscribers. For example, shopping malls can tailor marketing campaigns to target subscribers at its location using mobile presence-enabled capability. Future enhancements planned include Video on Demand and browser to Mobile Video Conferencing.
Having worked with communication service providers (CSP) across Asia, Fujitsu has a deep heritage, understanding and experience in delivering telecommunication infrastructure, solutions and services. As for Atmail, with more than 4,500 customers across 135 countries, it is at the forefront of providing tailor made interactive browser-based and mobile communication applications.
"We are privileged to partner Atmail on this exclusive partnership for ASEAN service providers. The constant pursuit of innovation is in the DNA of both Fujitsu and Atmail. Our combination of technologies and relentless pursuit for technological development has allowed us to develop a platform that promises to improve users- communication experiences," said S Raj, Regional VP for Network Services, Fujitsu Asia."
"Atmail has observed how telecoms around the world are shifting towards new business models and we are responding to their needs by working closely with Fujitsu to offer tailored deployments and applications to build a unified communication platform that offers new levels of interaction," said Ben Duncan, founder of Atmail.
Demonstrations of the portal will be held at CommunicAsia 2011, Angsana Room 3D, Level 3, June 21-24 in Singapore. Alternatively, you may also wish to contact the following representatives for more information.
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Topic: Business Tieup
Sectors: IT Individual
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