Sybase demos wireless power to hall 5 visitors

At this year’s show, Sybase is telling its existing and potential customers how it can help them enter the world of wireless technologies with its iAnywhere mobile and wireless solutions.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  October 9, 2002

The Middle East’s fixed line infrastructure can often be unreliable. As a result, many organisations are turning to wireless technologies. At this year’s show, Sybase is telling its existing and potential customers how it can help them enter the world of wireless technologies as it introduces its iAnywhere mobile and wireless solutions.

iAnywhwere is a subsidiary of Sybase and its aim is to deliver mobile and wireless solutions that enable businesses to give their employees anywhere, anytime access to enterprise information. Around 6 million users worldwide employ iAnywhere solutions to improve productivity and create new revenue streams. Now, Sybase is looking to grow this number by introducing the solutions to the Middle East.

“Our active contribution in Gitex arises from a sense of responsibility and commitment towards our customers in the region. This means demonstrating our best in class technologies at the show,” says George Khouri, managing director, Sybase Middle East.

The subsidiary’s Mobile Mail solution is an out-of-the-box offering that allows organisations to make the enterprise e-mail, calendar and contact information features of either Lotus Notes or Microsoft Exchange available at all times over handheld devices. It is also capable of direct server-based synchronisation via wireless, dial-up or cradle to a variety of handheld devices running Palm, Windows CE, Pocket PC or EPOC operating systems.

“Adding this solution to iAnywhere’s m-Business platform extends the company’s leadership as a one-stop source for m-Business solutions.We address organisations’ mobile enterprise needs from e-mail and professional productivity information to line of business (LOB) applications, such as sales force automation and customer relationship management (CRM),” says Khouri.

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