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Remote server synchronization for Psion mobile e-business devices

Psion PLC has teamed with Extended Systems, a provider of mobile data management and wireless connectivity products, to bring remote server synchronization capabilities to Psion's mobile e-business devices.
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Extended Systems' server-based data synchronization and management solution allows mobile workers to integrate, support and manage mobile devices within the enterprise.

LONDON - Psion PLC has teamed with Extended Systems, a provider of mobile data management and wireless connectivity products, to bring remote server synchronization capabilities to Psion's mobile e-business devices.

Extended Systems' data synchronization and management software, XTNDConnect Server, allows mobile workers using Psion wireless devices to directly access, exchange and manage enterprise data and personal information between their devices and back-end enterprise information systems while on the road.

With XTNDConnect Server, individuals and corporations using the EPOC platform (the operating system used in Psion's handheld computers, smart phones and other wireless information devices) can have data access to a Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Domino server and ODBC-compliant databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, and Extended Systems' Advantage Database Server.

In addition, Extended Systems' XTNDAccess infrared connectivity adapters will give Psion mobile device users, who have returned to the office, the ability to wirelessly connect to printers, PCs and corporate networks.

Extended Systems and Psion will collaborate on worldwide technical and marketing programs to provide end-to-end solutions for their customer base. This will include seminars and corporate presentations that will inform enterprise customers about mobile communications and information management trends.

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