RIM Blackberry Wireless Email On Palm OS Devices

Posted: May 7 2003, 9:51am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:49pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices


RIM Blackberry Wireless Email on Palm OS Devices
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Blackberry 6700 Research in Motion (RIM) and PalmSource announced to market the BlackBerry Connect(TM) solution to Palm OS licensees to enable secure, push-based email and data connectivity for wireless Palm Powered(TM) handhelds and smartphones.

"The BlackBerry connectivity architecture and infrastructure has been certified by leading wireless carriers around the world and BlackBerry Enterprise Server(TM) has been deployed in more than ten thousand companies and government organizations," said Mike Lazaridis, president and co-CEO at Research In Motion. "Together with PalmSource, we will enable carriers and customers to leverage their existing investments and deliver the BlackBerry wireless experience to new users of Palm Powered wireless devices."

Read the Press-Release for more details.

Our take:
The big advantage of the RIM Blackberry wireless email service is the "always on" push email feature.
With Sprint Vision you still need to check email manually, it does not notify you when new email arrives. This is a big issue for many people who want to manage emails on the go. By opening up more to other platforms RIM has a chance to continue dominate the market for wireless email.

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