Emoze in Shoot-out Success

Emoze has announced that it was victorious in its mobile push email showdown with BlackBerry at 3GSM last week. Two duellers using Emoze and BlackBerry battled it out to see who could provide users with their emails quickest, and Emoze says it emerged as a comfortable winner. 
The duellers stood back to back with their respective handsets one a BlackBerry, the other a regular mobile phone with the Emoze push email application installed. A Gmail account was opened and the email address given to the two duelers. They both created an email on their handsets, walked three paces and on the count of three, turned around and pushed Send. The audience watched a screen to see whether the email sent via BlackBerry or Emoze would arrive fastest, and as the tension started to build, the Emoze email appeared in the inbox first. (If only they could get their press releases out as fast Ed)
BlackBerry is considered the mobile push email gold standard, and the Emoze vs. BlackBerry showdown at 3GSM clearly demonstrated the benefits of equipping your mobile device to send and receive real-time push email, through a simple free download, says Emoze CEO Benny Ballin.  With Emoze, mobile users can now effectively revolutionise the capabilities of their devices. Emoze provides the means for both consumer and enterprise mobile users to securely send and receive mobile email and other data, enabling them to stay connected wherever they are. We also place great emphasis on the quality of user experience and efficiency of the mobile device.
The Emoze application can be downloaded from the Emoze website, enabling mobile users to send and receive mobile email and personal information management (PIM) data in real-time anytime, anywhere. All you need is a compatible phone and a data package from a mobile operator.  The emoze download and interface is available in English, German, Russian, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic.
Emozes real push-event technology synchronizes only on incoming and outgoing events, rather than via periodical connections to the email server, and checks for change. This not only saves the user connectivity-related costs but also delivers increased efficiency in device power consumption, memory use and CPU.