12/10/2002 - Extended Systems (Nasdaq: XTND), a leading provider of mobile information management solutions for the enterprise, announced that the company has released a new version of its PC synchronization software that features support for Lotus Notes 6. The announcement is further validation that Extended Systems continues to lead the mobile middleware market by being first to offer support for industry leading solutions, like Lotus Notes 6, that are critical to large enterprise customers and handheld device manufacturers.
Extended Systems' XTNDConnect PC is a robust software application that enables individual users to synchronize email, contacts, calendar, tasks, and notes between mobile devices and popular PC applications such as Outlook, Notes, Goldmine and ACT!. With its newest release, Extended Systems extends the functionality of XTNDConnect PC to customers who are planning to deploy Lotus Notes 6 and to device manufacturers who want to sync-enable client devices with the latest version of Notes.
"Whether it’s our PC or server sync software, wireless e-mail or real-time data access solutions, the mobile market demands that we move quickly in the way of updates and enhancements," said Don Baumgartner, Extended Systems’ vice president of worldwide marketing. "We’ve been able to maintain a leadership position in the mobile middleware space because we are able to offer a broad range of highly-advanced mobile solutions that keep pace with customers’ needs—from application providers to OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) to developers, carriers, and enterprise IT."
Pricing and Availability
XTNDConnect PC with support for Lotus Notes 6 is immediately available. List price is $59.95 per user license. Corporate and upgrade pricing is available at email@example.com. For more information, please call 1-800-235-7576.
About Extended Systems
Extended Systems provides the expertise, strategy and solutions to help enterprise organizations realize their business goals through mobile technology. The company's software and services portfolio includes data synchronization and device management solutions; mobile applications for sales, service and pharmaceutical professionals; mobile application development tools and services; and Bluetooth and IrDA wireless connectivity software. Extended Systems has more than 2,500 enterprise customers and key alliance relationships with Agilent, Ericsson, Handspring, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Palm, Sharp, Siemens and Toshiba.
Founded in 1984, Extended Systems has offices and subsidiaries in the United States and worldwide. For more information, visit the company Web site at www.extendedsystems.com.
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