InfoGin, NexM Communications Deploy InfoGin's Intelligent Mobile Platform at NTT Resonant
InfoGin and NexM communications have reportedly deployed InfoGin's Intelligent Mobile Platform at NTT (News - Alert) Resonant Inc. The IMP helps operators and content providers retain full control over the mobile service ecosystem by expanding service offerings, increasing revenues while reducing costs and retaining and building subscriber loyalty. InfoGin (News - Alert) provides telco-grade mobile browsing solutions for carriers and content providers.
NTT Resonant operates its popular "goo" portal. "Goo" is a popular Internet search engine and content portal in Japan. It features a search engine, information and communication services and personal utilities. The newly launched commercial service lets NTT Resonant mobile users in Japan search for any mobile or Web content while enjoying a flawless browsing experience. With the implementation of InfoGin's IMP, mobile users will not encounter problems or limitations while browsing the Web.
Arai Hitoshi, CEO of NexM, said the successfully deployed IMP at NTT Resonant will provide Web to mobile content adaptation and extend the wide range of 'goo' services to mobile. Hitoshi said that NexM believes that 'goo' users will enjoy the true Internet experience for mobile, NexM’s ultimate goal. NexM Communications Inc. provides unique mobile solutions to the Japanese market in corporation with InfoGin.
According to recent industry reports, more than 69.2 million Japanese are accessing the Internet from their mobile devices. Moreover, the value of the digital content market is projected to increase to USD 0.56 trillion within the next 10 years. InfoGin's technology provides the best possible user experience when browsing the Web on mobile devices, company officials said. The successful deployment with NTT Resonant in Japan is proof of InfoGin's leadership and innovation in the content adaptation space across the world.Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Amy Tierney