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NetXcell ties up with Malaysia's Mobilent

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HYDERABAD: In its bid to increase the reach of its services and consolidating its foot hold globally, NetXcell Ltd., a Hyderabad based wireless application Service provider, has tied up with Malaysia based Mobilent, a location based service provider in the mobile and GPS arena, to provide technology and applications based services.

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This tie-up will enable NetXcell to integrate its technology - in mobile applications, solutions and interfacing - with Mobilent's products and provide the Asia - Pacific markets with Customized products. As a part of the tie-up NetXcell will also extend its products in the mobile arena including the mobile servers, Interactive voice response products, WAP based and SMS based products and services to customers through Mobilent, which has offices in Malaysia and Singapore.

"We have evolved to be one of the most technically competent companies to offer complete solutions in the wireless arena and the Asia-Pacific markets offer innumerable opportunities for us. The tie-up with Mobilent is marriage of technology and reach to offer customers with innovative products and solutions," said NetXcell chief executive officer, Ramakrishna Kolipaka.

Through its partners NetXcell is in various stages of offering product solutions and services in the South East Asian markets. Mobilent is one of the shortlisted companies to offer location-based services to the Automatic Vehicle Location project in Malaysia. NetXcell-through Mobilent - will offer its technical expertise of providing mobile interfacing for this project which is the key factor for the success of the project.

Mobilent is a leader in Mobile, Wireless and Geo-Solutions to cover a wide range of specialized and innovative solutions both for the private sector and statutory bodies. Mobilent and its associate company GPS Sdn Bhd provides location-based products for the survey and construction industries to over 200 clients in Malaysia.

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