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bSmart.to launches world's first integrated browser

A new integrated voice and data browser will allow businesses to access a central site for all their information and communication requirements.

bSmart.to Technologies Inc has launched the world’s first browser with integrated two-way voice and data functionality.

The bSmart.to MasterBrowser also has the capability to operate across multiple protocols, networks, operating systems and hardware platforms, in both wired and wireless environments.

The bSmart.to MasterBrowser will initially be the core delivery platform for bSmart.to Markets unique services, which facilitate the information and communication requirements of financial markets professionals and their clients.

It enables its clients to create micro-selections of market prices, information and news through its strategic distribution agreements with content providers such as Standard & Poors Comstock, Dow Jones Newswires, AFX and Tullett Tokyo and Liberty, and then to further micro-select how they wish it to be delivered.

The bSmart.to MasterBrowser will enable bSmart.to clients to have one central site which can deliver to, and be accessed by them, through voice and data, for all of their information and communication requirements.

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