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Palm Mexico Mexico, city, Mexico
Mexico or Mexico City, Span. Ciudad de México (Méjico), city (1990 pop. 8,236,960; 1991 met. area est. 20,899,000), central Mexico, capital and largest city of Mexico.
 and Iusacell Iusacell Grupo Iusacell is Mexico's #3 mobile operator. The company provides cellular services reaching about 90% of Mexico's population, including Mexico City and received more licenses to cover the remaining regions in early 2005. It has more than 4.  have combined their efforts to present MovilOffice, a business solution for Palm Treo 650 mobile telephones. MovilOffice, an effective communication tool, is a quick, inexpensive way to remain connected to the office via e-mail. Though specifically directed towards executives and professionals, any employee who spends much time away from the office will appreciate the product as well. It will be available in two different versions, the Personal Edition and the Server Edition. "We live in a world where the necessity of mobility and connectivity in the workplace are a priority. MovilOffice is a secure and effective solution that permits users to be in contact with the office, employees, clients and providers," said Juan Carlos Juan Car·los   Born 1938.

King of Spain (since 1975) who acceded to the throne on the death of Francisco Franco and helped restore parliamentary democracy.

Noun 1.
 Quintana Quintana is a municipality (município) in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2004 was 5,574 and the area is 320.62 km². The elevation is 595 m.

, Projects director at Iusacell.

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Title Annotation:COMPANY NEWS
Publication:Business Mexico
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1MEX
Date:Dec 1, 2005
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