Technology Group Provides Internet Sites Access to Smartphone Users without Platform Redevelopment

February 8, 2007 by admin
Filed under: Business and Economy, Internet and Technology 

Conet E-commerce Services, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, announced the rollout of a new platform that can make nearly any proprietary Internet system accessible by Smartphone subscribers without the need to redevelop their Internet system.

Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles, February 05, 2007 –(PR.COM)– Conet E-commerce Services N.V. http://www.conet.net, the Dutch ISP technology arm of the Cyberluck Curacao N.V. http://www.cyberluck.com announced that they have entered into a technology licensing agreement with the developers of Mobile Bridge granting them certain exclusive rights. The technology enables Internet-based sites access to Smartphone subscribers who previously had no access due to the limitations of the Smartphone and the high costs of developing for mobile platforms. By opening access to the 3 billion subscriber mobile phone market to companies that previously could only reach traditional Internet PC users, Mobile Bridge provides immediate access to a potential market that is 3-times the size of the Internet.

Mobile Bridge provides existing server systems developed for the Internet, regardless whether proprietary or not, seamless event driven integration to mobile devices.

Mobile Bridge works with a broad spectrum of wireless devices and form factors, and can be applied to any server platform. This offers a quick and simple technical path to expand web services to include mobile users.

Using industry standard protocols, Mobile Bridge easily handles the transfer of data and events from existing systems to mobile users. Mobile clients connected via Mobile Bridge appear as traditional clients to back-office systems. Mobile Bridge allows industry-specific engineers to focus on their industry – without developing new communications applications to accommodate mobile users. Mobile Bridge can be integrated and customized for any industry and any web-based offering.

Mobile Bridge leverages Microsoft’s .NET framework 2.0 for maximum scalability. The technology is flexible enough to integrate with any hardware platform. Data and server events are transmitted over HTTP and HTTPS, which ensures mobile device connectivity – even when mobile service providers block other proprietary protocols. Mobile Bridge represents data using compressed XML and JSON, which simplifies porting and increases device support, while its compression and event driven platform saves precious mobile bandwidth.

Mobile Bridge eliminates server polling by mobile clients for the latest data updates. All server-side events and data changes are “pushed” out to the mobile devices, ensuring that all mobile users are kept current, while eliminating the need for the device to constantly check for updates.

Scott Moar, Conet’s Director of Technology remarked, “We presently host many different applications that run on the Internet. IT professionals are cautious when investing significant sums to offer these services to mobile users because of the high cost of redevelopment and the fast changing pace of mobile phone technology. We now can significantly minimize [with Mobile Bridge] the redevelopment cost and time required to bring all kinds of services to Smartphone subscribers regardless of the brand of Smartphone.”

The Mobile Bridge is appropriately named as it bridges the technology gap. Any company that invested in Internet technology and wants to penetrate the Smartphone market are all candidates for the Mobile Bridge.

Mobile Bridge sits in the secure Conet Datacenter. Conet operates an ISP which hosts many proprietary applications. Conet also offers a fiscal package consisting of domiciling in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles and receiving a special tax exemption of only 2% of net profits. In the event that your proprietary platform is too difficult to relocate to Curacao – No Problem – a secure channel between the platform locations to the Mobile Bridge will be established.

For further information please contact Scott Moar, Director of Technical Services, Conet E-Commerce Services N.V. either by email mobilebridge@conet.net or by telephone at +1-888-625-9457; +599-9-563-5828

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