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Sheffield Dialogue has strengthened its carrier and Internet Service Provider (ISP) product portfolio with the launch today of Expressway 2000 for Sun Solaris and HP Unix platforms. The latest version also incorporates recent technology breakthroughs, including the ability to download both text and graphic e-mail attachments.

Expressway 2000 delivers the functionality of PC-based e-mail systems to WAP-enabled mobile devices including the ability to reply, forward and delete messages. The release of the latest version of Dialogues mobile Internet messaging solution, follows its success in the enterprise market, which is supplied through direct and indirect channels, as well as under licence with the Nokia WAP server.

Being first to market with new technologies and ensuring they deliver in the most testing environments is what we thrive on, said Dialogue marketing director Paul Griffiths. Expressway 2000 has already proved a great success with enterprise customers, now with the Sun Solaris and HP Unix versions we are set to do the same in the carrier market.

Expressway 2000 is a middleware server that connects to e-mail systems and provides connectivity to mobile handsets. It offers advanced folder management features, access to directories and address book support. With the latest version, users can read and forward popular e-mail attachment formats such as MS Word, PowerPoint, gif and jpeg.

Sheffield-based Dialogue Communications is a world leader in the development and implementation of mobile data and Internet messaging solutions. The companys technology bridges the gap between the fixed and mobile worlds delivering carrier class platforms and services to both service provider and enterprise customers around the globe. For further information about Dialogue Communications please see www.dialogue.co.uk.