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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

New Microsoft communicator application launches on Nokia phones

Microsoft SupportMicrosoft announced on Wednesday that it has launched its first communicator application for Nokia, Daily Finance reports. The application allows mobile and smart phone users to be alerted when another user becomes available and relays the best means of communication, whether it be via phone, SMS or email.

In addition to Microsoft, the unified mobile communication market currently includes DiVitas Networks, a wireless solutions firm, and cellular Agito Networks. While this technology is no longer cutting-edge for computers, the capabilities are endless for mobile management in terms of increasing business productivity or social linking.

"This application really provides a much more efficient way to work with others as you can see if someone is busy or available, and the best way to start a conversation with them," said Ukko Lappalainen, Nokia vice president, Daily Finance relays. "It also meets all of the requirements for enterprise – [it's] cost effective to implement, secure, familiar and reliable."

The application is now available on Nokia models E72 and E52. The makers of Blackberries, Androids and iPhones have all already signed up with DiVitas.

Nokia recently announced that it shipped 21.5 million units during its first quarter in 2010, a 57 percent increase over last year’s same period, Bloomberg Businessweek reports.

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