Diwan adds Arabic Unicode to Siemens phones

At the forthcoming Gitex exhibition, Diwan will demonstrate its mobile services as well as Arabic - enabled mobile Java-applications. Contracted by Siemens to implement full Arabic support in its latest range of mobile phones, the company will be showcasing the SL45 and ME45 GPRS phones as well as the Java enabled SL45i smart phone.

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By  Peter Conmy Published  August 30, 2001

At the forthcoming Gitex exhibition, Diwan will demonstrate its mobile services as well as Arabic- enabled mobile Java-applications. Contracted by Siemens to implement full Arabic support in its latest range of mobile phones, the company will be showcasing the SL45 and ME45 GPRS phones as well as the Java enabled SL45i smart phone.

The company will also demonstrate its Arabic enabled support for the entire range of Siemens mobile phone applications, which allows the phone to exchange data easily with Arabic-enabled desktop computers in both Arabic and English. For example, Arabic Microsoft Outlook agendas and address book entries can be transferred to and from the phone.

In addition to unveiling the technology that will allow users to send Unicode SMS messages from a PC to a Siemens phone, Diwan is set to announce its membership of the Siemens Mobile Solutions Partnership Program.

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