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Fuel 3.0 Offers the First Unified, Multiformat Mobile Application Management Platform
Fuel 3.0 Offers the First Unified, Multiformat Mobile Application Management Platform

(Cary, NC) – Pinpoint Networks, Inc., a leading provider of software and applications to mobile operators, announced Fuel 3.0, the newest version of its Mobile Application Management Platform.

The Fuel platform streamlines the interactions between mobile operators and application developers to enable a revenue-sharing system for application usage. With enhancements to support the management and provisioning of downloadable mobile applications, Fuel 3.0 provides the only unified, multidevice, multiprotocol application management platform for mobile operators. Fuel 3.0 adds the capability to handle mobile Java (J2ME) applications, and expands the content management, provisioning, and revenue settlement capabilities of Fuel with several major improvements and new features.

"With extended support for downloadable mobile applications and J2ME, Fuel 3.0 unifies the ecosystem of mobile operators, end users, and application developers across devices and application formats. From application submission and testing through discovery, purchase, and usage, Fuel 3.0 streamlines and coordinates the entire process," said Jud Bowman, president and CEO, Pinpoint. "The platform offers all application developers the ability to quickly and easily deploy their applications onto a mobile operator's network and generate revenue from application usage."

Fuel 3.0 enables mobile operators to meet the challenges of sourcing and deploying applications to new devices as they roll out J2ME-enabled handsets and other future devices. The platform delivers a consistent end user experience across devices and across application types to provide a rich, dynamic selection of applications and content. This easy-to-use system will drive further user adoption and higher average revenue per subscriber.

Developer Support for Fuel 3.0 Fuel's Partner Management capabilities enable mobile operators to interact with third party developers and facilitate the application submission, testing, and monitoring process for a mobile operator's own Developer Program. To complement an operator's developer program, Pinpoint's Fuel Developer Program provides a continuous stream of mobile content services and applications to mobile operator customers, with over 125 partners and 250 applications currently available.

The Fuel Developer Program includes over 75 mobile Java applications from developers who are enthusiastic about Fuel's ability to create a revenue-producing ecosystem for their applications. Leading J2ME developers including HillCast Technologies (United States), Reqwireless (Canada), JSmart (United States), and Zindell Ltd. (Israel) have endorsed the program with a variety of applications including games, graphics, financial services, and utilities.

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