As a trusted and innovative leader in
mobility, CommonTime has worked closely with Acer to optimise its latest enterprise
mSuite and individual mNotes Wireless releases to work seamlesly with the brand new
Liquid A1. Combining CommonTime's latest software with the Liquid A1 now allows
Lotus Notes users unprecedented access to email and collaboration tools.
Acer is the first handset manufacturer to couple Google's Android platform with
Qualcomm's Snapdragon procesor, potentially resulting in the fastest Android handset
yet. With no other Android phones with this technology expected until later in 2010,
(Sony Ericson Xperia X10 and HTC Bravo), the Acer Liquid has the chance to corner
the market. With prices spotted from around £330 in the UK, price certainly
shouldn't be any barrier.
"Support for this new Acer handset, shows clearly our commitment to a truly device
agnostic software model," said Ian Knight, CEO of CommonTime Ltd. "This latest
release of mSuite and mNotes Wireles adds support for more Android based phones than
we have been able to offer before and we are really excited about our future plans
for working with this innovative Open Source platform."
mSuite v5.11 and mNotes Wireles v5.11 will be shipped next week, after which Lotus
Notes users can buy directly through CommonTime, or by contacting one of its
worldwide Value Added Resellers or ISV's. The 5.11 releases not only add support for
Acer Liquid, but will see the Android based Motorola Droid, Droid Eris and Motorola
Cliq gain compatibility.
Android users looking for either an individual or enterprise solution can take
advantage of a no obligation free trial of CommonTime's software from next week.
Simply visit www.commontime.com or call +44 1332 542028 or 866 706 0609 (toll free)
for more information.
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