Collaboration Demonstrates Advanced WAP Capability

Pixo, Inc., a leading developer of integrated software applications for wireless devices, today announced that it will collaborate with AU-System, Sweden's largest specialty software and consulting company in the mobile telecommunications arena. As part of this strategic alliance, Pixo and AU-System will work closely to integrate Pixo's graphical user interface and personal information management (PIM) applications with the AU-System WAP browser.

The integration of Pixo's software with AU-System's WAP browser demonstrates the extensibility of both the Pixo and AU-System platforms. Designed to offer the maximum flexibility to phone manufacturers, Pixo's architecture is capable of supporting the AU-System WAP browser in addition to its own HTML browser. Likewise, AU-System's architecture also features a modular design that allows easy integration of Pixo's graphical user interface. When combined, the Pixo and AU-System software products will provide a rich set of PIM applications on the phone, as well as the ability to utilize today's WAP networks and tomorrow's wireless Internet access technologies. "AU-System has established itself as a leader of the WAP initiative by being a key contributor to the WAP specifications and the WAP Forum," said Rich Rifredi, Vice President of Marketing at Pixo. "The fact that Pixo's platform can seamlessly integrate with AU-System's WAP browser assures our customers that Pixo's software can comply with and support their WAP applications."

"Both Pixo and AU-System are dedicated to establishing next-generation services, applications and systems for mobile Internet access," said Anders Cedervall, Executive Vice President of AU-System. "The agreement with Pixo is an important step towards our goal to deliver the mobile Internet applications of the future." In another move to illustrate its commitment to advancing wireless Internet access technologies, Pixo today announced it has joined the WAP Forum. As a member of the forum, Pixo will be directly involved in driving the wireless Internet specifications of the industry

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