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Karlskrona, Blekinge, Sweden, 2009/08/27 - Inquso AB, an innovator in mobile device management software for smartphones, announced its new status as a member of the Symbian Foundation.
Today Inquso announced that it has been accepted as a member of the Symbian Foundation, enabling Inquso to further develop and deploy innovative mobile solutions that enhance and simplify management of devices based on the Symbian operating system (OS). Symbian provides the world's leading open mobile OS, shipping in over 250 million mobile devices to date.
”We expect that the number of smartphones based on Symbian Foundation's OS will continue to grow and this provides us with the opportunity to bring our innovative and user-friendly mobile device management solutions to a large market, said Piotr Kwiatkowski, Managing Director, Inquso. ”Our membership also enables Inquso to contribute to the thriving Symbian Foundation community"
Inquso's device management solution Secure Phone is already available for many Symbian OS devices around the world including Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson.
As a member of the Symbian Foundation, Inquso gains the immediate right to license the Symbian Foundation platform, royalty free and without source code fees; to participate in working groups and in the governance of the foundation.
Inquso AB (inquso.se) develops and markets the device management solution Secure Phone. The company is based in Karlskrona, Sweden, a ”hot spot” within the IT and telecom industry. The company has profound experience of development of device management software. Secure Phone supports Symbian and Windows Mobile OS.
About the Symbian Foundation
The Symbian Foundation, together with its ecosystem, is creating the most proven, open and complete mobile software platform, which is based on Symbian OS and software assets contributed by Nokia, NTT DOCOMO, and Sony Ericsson, including the S60 and MOAP(S) user interfaces. Symbian OS is the leading open mobile operating system, which has shipped in over 250 million mobile devices to date.