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Microsoft – Symbian partnership
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/23/2005 08:46:00 PM.

Symbian, one of the main OS developers for mobile phones and direct Microsoft competitor, signed a partnership with the software giant acquiring licenses for several of its solutions.
London-based Symbian announced that they will develop software providing compatibility between Symbian phones and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, including the calendar and other personal information managers provided by Microsoft, all of them becoming available to Symbian users.
Both companies claim that the partnership is designed to assist corporate users and to boost the use range of uses for the Symbian-powered phones. Such smartphones include text editing capabilities and other advanced applications.
The agreement between the two mobile software market players is also a sign that the struggle for supremacy in the operating system and smartphone applications area might cool down.

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