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Sirenic launches 'push' e-mail and introduces enhancements to MobilePA.


Sirenic, a mobile e-mail and data management company, has developed and launched a 'push' e-mail and data delivery service to complement existing 'pull' technology, and introduced a number of additional enhancements to its MobilePA solution.

According to the company, MobilePA prioritises e-mail and data pushed to the mobile device, at the same time retaining and offering the user access on demand to an archive of up to 10,000 e-mails held on the server.Combining both 'push' and 'pull' technology, MobilePA enables its users to reduce traffic to their mobile device and to improve the management of their e-mail and data.

In addition, MobilePA has announced it has improved its voice access service.Users will reportedly be able to navigate using simple commands such as 'read', 'reply' and 'next e-mail'. Furthermore, MobilePA now makes provision for multiple languages - e-mail and data containing Greek, Russian, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Hebrew and other characters and symbols are displayed appropriately, where the device or browser supports this, the company claims.

Sirenic also plans to introduce a 'Lite' version of its MobilePA product, which will be available at a lower pricing point.No other pricing details were disclosed.

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Date:May 25, 2006
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