Wireless comes the partner

Arlen, Gary
June 2006
CED;Jun2006, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p60
Trade Publication
The article reports that working groups of Sprint Joint Venture along with multiple system operators are looking for innovative services in the wireless communication industry. The services to be offered include integration of voice mail and e-mail along with programming a set-top digital video recorder or ordering video-on-demand programs through a mobile device. Some of the innovative services include unified messaging, programming a digital video recorder from a mobile device and management of address books, calendars and picture libraries from any location.


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