AU-SYSTEM LAUNCHES WAP 1.2 COMPLIANT WAP BROWSER.
GSM World Congress, CANNES, FRANCE, February 2., 2000 - AU-System AB announced today a WAP 1.2 compliant version of the companys WAP Browser. The release makes it possible for handheld terminal suppliers to immediately offer WAP 1.2 functionality with the benefit of a customised look-and-feel. The browser embraces a broad range of features such as WTLS and WTA.
The WAP Browser is based on a generic component design, making it easy to adapt to different types of wireless terminals for all major digital transmission standards, mobile handsets, PDAs, and other handheld devices. It is equally flexible when working with multiple operating environments. AU-System currently offers adapted versions for Windows CE, Palm OS and EPOC as well as various embedded systems.
Founded in 1974, AU-System quickly established itself as Swedens first software specialist in the area of data communications. Today, AU-System remains Swedens largest independent consulting company within the networking field, with more than 630 employees. The company was presented with the prestigious industry award IT Company of the Year, 1999, by the Swedish business magazine Veckans Affärer. AU-System offer world class wireless software solutions and advanced consulting services, including integration and development projects, business development, and advisory services. Key customers include MeritaNordbanken, Telia, Singtel and Ericsson. For more information, please visit the AU-System Web site at www.ausystem.com.
About the WAP Forum
The WAP Forum is an industry association that has developed the de-facto world standard for wireless information and telephony services on digital mobile phones and other wireless terminals. Handset manufacturers representing 95 percent of the world market across all technologies have committed to shipping WAP-enabled devices. Carriers representing more than 100 million subscribers worldwide have joined WAP. WAP Forum membership is open to all industry participants. For further details on the Forum and its members, please visit the Forums Web site at www.wapforum.org. The Web site also includes a downloadable version of WAP V1.1.
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