Nokia and Cable & Wireless have joined forces to offer mobile internet applications to fixed line telcos, ISPs and large enterprises.
The companies said they will develop a mobile internet platform that will give Cable & Wireless customers access to internet content, ecommerce, business applications and location-based services via their mobile devices.
Cable & Wireless said it is extending its data hosting business and its global IP network to a wireless platform, opening up the mobile internet market for its existing customers. No revenue estimates or rollout timetable was given.
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