O3SIS Information Technology announced the roll-out of its O2 Communication Center to its subscribers. The platform lets subscribers to manage their online and mobile data services including e-mail, contacts, calendars, appointments, and tasks between their mobile handsets, the Web, and their PC. It provides transparent over the air and PC data synchronization as well as backup and restore of data. The service is powered by O3SIS' data synchronization, backup and restore, SyncML, and push mail products. The service supports over 150 handsets, smartphones, and PDAs using standard built-in and browser applications.
Subscribers can experience the benefits of data convergence and manage their personal data on their PC, their mobile phone, and Web organizer, eliminating the need to maintain multiple sources of multiple data. All data is kept up to date and instantly transferred between PC, phone, and Web, with a simple push of a button. This deployment provides consumers with an array of e-mail access using various push mail technologies. Users now can receive e-mail and e-mail notifications via MMS, SMS, or OMA DS1.2 using their existing mail accounts such as POP3 and IMAP4. The O3SIS mail to MMS push works on any MMS enabled phone which allows most devices to utilize push mail without the need for a new handset. For more information, visit www.O3SIS.com.