Orange subscribers and Samsung mobile phone owners will soon have access to Lotus Notes and Domino software on their handsets, IBM announced at Lotusphere 2009.
The companies will support Lotus Notes Traveler on selected devices, allowing the wireless replication of Domino email, calendars and address books.
Orange will offer support for Traveler on Nokia S60 smartphones, while Samsung customers will have access if they own smartphones that run on Windows Mobile. Samsung said that it will bring in support for its S60 devices in the first quarter of 2009.
"A leading differentiator for wireless carriers will be the richness of the capabilities they can carry on their networks to empower the growing mobile workforce," said Kevin Cavanaugh, Lotus Notes collaboration and messaging software vice president.
IBM also announced that Verizon Wireless had certified support for Lotus Notes Traveler on handsets using Windows Mobile 5.0 or higher for US customers.
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