iStrings launches software for wireless Net access

By : |January 31, 2001 0

HYDERABAD: Wouldn’t it be nice if you could do things like banking,
real-time stock trading, payments, reservation or cancellation of tickets
online? And that too with the added convenience of anytime, anywhere access?
Yes, all this is possible with iCruizer. iStrings, a Hyderabad-based digital
solutions provider, has launched iCruizer, a software to connect the mobile
world with the Internet. iCruizer and its applications provide the technologies
necessary to enable any WAP compliant wireless handset (cellular phone, PDA
etc.) to browse the Web, access email, manage information, access corporate
intranets, and perform other tasks previously possible only with a wired
notebook computer and modem. To ensure an open environment supporting
multi-vendor connectivity, the iCruizer WAP gateway has adopted the WAP 1.1
specification.

Presently, iCruizer is available free of cost in downloadable format on the
company’s site, www.openstrings.com.
“We are offering iCruizer free initially for a period of 30 days. After
that, we would be charging a user based fee. iCruizer could prove to be a boon
for network operators, enterprises, banks, trading houses as well as for
individuals who want to go mobile,” said Chaitanya, Director, iStrings. The
company is trying to market the product in India as well as in Europe. “We
are already in talks with a European wireless access provider to market this
product in Europe,” he added.

The start-up is also looking at developing wireless software products for
emerging technological companies. Catering to a variety of clients, including
network operators, financial institutions, Internet service providers and
e-commerce and m-commerce providers. The company is also developing software for
wireless LANs, EPOCs and software for handheld devices.

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