Extended Systems Targets Orange Customers with OneBridge Mobile Groupware

1/28/2004 - Extended Systems (Nasdaq: XTND), a leading provider of mobile application solutions for the enterprise, announced that Orange is offering Extended Systems' OneBridge Mobile Groupware solution to its customers. OneBridge Mobile Groupware enables mobile device users to have live, instant access to email and PIM (personal information management) information. Orange will provide the solution to customers on their signature devices including the Orange SPV E200 and the Handspring Treo 600. These devices, combined with OneBridge Mobile Groupware, support wireless access to information from both Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange. Orange, a strategic partner of Extended Systems, currently operates in 19 countries and has 46.9 million customers worldwide.

Orange has been using Extended Systems' mobile solutions since 1999. Now taking advantage of the unique push technology afforded by the OneBridge Mobile Solutions Platform, Orange is using Extended Systems' solutions to give its own employees instant access to email. Orange is also offering the OneBridge solution as part of its mobility portfolio to business customers.

"By enabling mobile access to business critical information we have boosted productivity," said Steve Page, Manager, Model Corporate Technology at Orange. "Using solutions such as OneBridge means that being out of the office does not mean being disconnected from vital corporate information and services that we take for granted in the office."

OneBridge Mobile Groupware is available from Orange on a range of mobile devices including the Orange Treo 600, Orange SPV E200, Orange SPV M1000 and Sony Ericsson P900. For further information, please visit the Orange Web site at www.orange.co.uk.

About Extended Systems
Extended Systems provides the expertise, strategy and solutions to help enterprise organizations streamline their business processes through mobile technology. The company's OneBridge mobile solutions suite enables companies to mobilize critical enterprise applications such as e-mail, field service, sales force automation, enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management. Extended Systems has more than 3,000 enterprise customers worldwide and key alliance relationships with Avaya, EDS, HP, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, PalmOne, PalmSource, Sharp, Siemens, Software AG, Sony Ericsson, Symbian and Toshiba.

Founded in 1984, Extended Systems has offices and subsidiaries in the United States and worldwide. For more information, call 1-800-235-7576 or visit www.extendedsystems.com

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