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Sharp and Defywire Partner to Develop Wireless Solution for the Enterprise
Sharp and Defywire Partner to Develop Wireless Solution for the Enterprise

(January 24, 2003) - Sharp Electronics Corporation and Defywire have formed a partnership to develop and promote a comprehensive real-time wireless enterprise e-mail and data access solution. Sharp and Defywire will provide customers with a Sharp-certified, Java-based wireless solution for seamlessly accessing leading enterprise applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes, SAP and Siebel. This solution combines Sharp’s Zaurus Linux /Java-based PDA, with Defywire’s Java-based enterprise mobile software.

Defywire’s Mobility Suite uses Java-based technology, which offers enhanced storage capabilities, multiple network carriers, adaptable components, and advanced graphical functionality. With this Java solution, mobile professionals can perform complete e-mail functionality with access to multiple accounts including Microsoft Exchange, GroupWise, and Lotus Domino. In addition, Sharp-Defywire users now will have immediate access to back-end information, including Siebel, SAP, Oracle, and others.

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I am very pleased that just about everything that's non Intel related is seriously looking at allowing Java to be their platform of choice.

It only makes sense as there are so many other cpu's and systems out there to consider. This also allows a vendor/manufacturer to not get locked into a certain chip set.

I think vendors will definitly push the envelope of the write/once paradigm to it's finest edge.




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