Silicon Graphics Names Puma Technology the Corporate Synchronization Standard of Choice; SGI Users Nationwide to Use Intellisync Gold Software

Puma Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq:PUMA), a leading provider of mobile device management and synchronization software, today announced that Silicon Graphics, Inc. (NYSE:SGI), has chosen Intellisync(R) software as its corporate synchronization standard. Puma's large-scale win of an Intellisync Gold site license agreement with SGI illustrates the growing importance of a standard sychronization platform in the enterprise. SGI's standardization on Intellisync is part of a corporate initiative to further enable the sales force and executive staff to quickly and seamlessly synchronize critical information between their laptops and Palm Computing(R) platform devices.

    Intellisync is the key synchronization platform that allows mobile professionals to easily access and synchronize critical corporate data while on the road. The award-winning line of Intellisync products provides powerful solutions that enable users to keep their most important information -- calenders, e-mail, contacts, and tasks -- constantly up-to-date between multiple devices and the broadest range of applications.

    "We are pleased to see SGI implementing our powerful synchronization solutions on a company-wide basis," said Puma President and CEO, Brad Rowe. "Corporate executives are increasingly conducting business from the road, yet it is critical that they remain connected to the office. Corporations like SGI are now looking to Puma to address this challenge with our key solutions for the corporate enterprise. As the industry standard, Intellisync has been the synchronization solution of choice for consumers over the years. Therefore, it is only logical that when corporations begin adopting mobile devices as true work productivity tools, they are naming Intellisync as their corporate sync standard."


    One of the key challenges facing employees is the need to carry only the most pertinent information with them on the road via their handheld devices, while being able to keep an up-to-date schedule of appointments and to-do's while out of the office as well. SGI is leading the way with breakthrough solutions for the corporate enterprise, making its selection of Intellisync as the corporate standard for employees all the more significant. SGI is a market leader in technical computing, offering the world's most powerful servers, supercomputers and visual workstations. SGI uniquely provides a broad range of high-performance computing and advanced graphics solutions that enable customers to understand and conquer their toughest computing problems.

    "With our executives and sales force increasingly traveling to remote locations to conduct business, it has become necessary that they carry critical corporate information with them on the road via handheld devices," said Pam Carlin, Licensing Manager at SGI. "Puma's synchronization software has proven to be the most effective and efficient way to address the needs of our corporate workforce, and therefore SGI has chosen Intellisync as our corporate standard. We are confident that SGI's use of Intellisync will not only save time for employees, but will reap a high ROI as everyone begins to conduct business more efficiently."


    Designed specifically for the corporate environment, the Intellisync Gold site-license solution makes it easy and affordable to support a mobile workforce, regardless of the devices or applications they may use. Intellisync Gold gives enterprise customers the flexibility they need by supporting a broad number of mobile devices, PC-based applications, as well as groupware solutions. Through the Intellisync Gold program, corporate users can take advantage of the software's unique capabilities such as full conflict resolution, field mapping and filtering to ensure accuracy and reliability. Intellisync Gold is licensed on a "per seat" basis and comes with a full year of maintenance and support.

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