Inc. today announced that their Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client, RoadSync,
and award-winning mobile Office suite,
Documents To Go
are included on the new
T-Mobile Pulse (Huawei U8220). The free full functioning license of RoadSync
is optimized for Android-based devices and provides customers with built-in
secure, wireless and direct push synchronization with Microsoft Exchange Server.
Documents To Go further enhances the productivity value by adding support for
viewing Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe PDF files and attachments.
RoadSync using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync: Based on Exchange
ActiveSync technology licensed directly from Microsoft, RoadSync provides
secure, wireless and direct push synchronization of corporate E-Mail, calendar,
contacts and attachments - all in one affordable, scalable and easy to manage
package. In addition to significantly enhancing end user productivity, RoadSync
simultaneously lowers IT costs by providing an easy to implement mobility
strategy which eliminates the need for middleware servers and subscription fees.
As a licensee of the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync protocol, DataViz is
committed to extending this technology to as many of the world's mobile phones
Documents To Go featuring InTact Technology: For nearly a decade,
DataViz has taken its experience in file compatibility and extended it to the
mobile market. Its flagship solution, Documents To Go continues to garner
accolades and praise from leading industry experts. The version pre-loaded on
the T-Mobile Pulse encompasses the ability view Microsoft Word, Excel,
PowerPoint and Adobe PDF files and attachments. Additional premium features such
as creating new files, editing, and advanced viewing can be unlocked by
purchasing a key through the Android Market or directly from DataViz. All
editions of Documents To Go feature DataViz's InTact Technology to provide
complete document integrity.
The preinstalled versions of RoadSync and Documents To Go will be available
in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, traditional
and simplified Chinese when the T-Mobile Pulse (Huawei U8220) ships in October.
Additional languages will be available in the coming weeks. Neither Huawei nor
DataViz unveiled yet, if either one or both applications will also be
preinstalled on the
Huawei U8230, Huawei's generic device
which will go on sale in selected countries later this year as well.
Cheers ~ Arne