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Miyowa Ramps Up

David Murphy

Miyowa, which specialises in mobile instant messaging (MIM) services, has revealed that its MIM solution will be compatible with 700 devices by June 2008 and 1000 by year end 2008. The company says its MoveMessenger solution is becoming compatible with more than 50 new terminals per month.
Miyowa currently serves 20 mobile operators across the globe. Offered under white label, its MoveMessenger client has become the reference point for many tier one and two mobile operators, thanks to its ease of deployment and reliability. Miyowa will also propose an embedded version of its universal client technology to handset manufacturers, in order to ease the deployment of mobile instant messaging, and its adoption by end users.
Miyowas mission today is to deploy a quality MIM service to the largest number of terminals while reducing the porting costs and time to market for operators as much as possible, says Miyowa CEO, Pascal Lorne. Our database of mobile phone characteristics seamlessly integrates with existing and future releases of our client software, ensuring that we can get our software out to end users as quickly as possible. 
Miyowa says it will soon announce a major agreement with a big platform name in order to accelerate the deployment of MoveMessenger in Asia.
Miyowa is exhibiting on stand L09 at the Mobile Asia Congress in the Venetian, Macau, from 12 - 15 November.