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Kineto, which has been aggressive in pushing its Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) software, is making the software available to Microsoft Smartphone makers: Also, a Taiwanese handset maker said it is working on a GSM/GPRS/EDGE/Wi-Fi handset, using Kineto’s software. Kineto is also working on making its software available on Symbian-based handsets.
While I feel like a lot of the UMA buzz has been in Europe (but maybe that’s just because I’m here), Kineto believes that the first commercial launch of a UMA service will be in the U.S. This despite BT’s Bluephone buzz.
Posted by nancyg at February 22, 2005 11:42 AM
Categories: Cellular Convergence
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