Streamezzo announces S60 5th Edition support

Streamezzo announces S60 5th Edition support

The Streamezzo Rich Media Client is now available on the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

Mobile World Congress 2008 (Hall 7, Stand 7C18) - Barcelona, Spain - 16 February, 2009.  − Streamezzo today announced that its Rich Media Client (RMC), the rendering client and core technology behind Streamezzo Mobile Open Development Platform, is available for the first S60 5th Edition touch device, the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic.

The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is the S60 5th Edition device which combines a 3.2"³ display widescreen with a virtual computer-style QWERTY keyboard and a pen stylus.

Up to date Streamezzo Rich Media Client is now available on S60 on Symbian OS handsets 2nd Edition and 3rd Edition (including the Nokia N96, the Nokia E71 and the Nokia E63), S60 5th Edition (the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic) and UIQ 3.

Thanks to Streamezzo Mobile Open Development Platform, service providers and mobile operators can extend the deployment of their Rich Media Application portfolios to all major operating systems: Android™, BlackBerry®, Brew®, iPhone™, Java®, Linux®, Symbian® (including S60 5th Edition) and Windows Mobile®.

About Streamezzo:
Streamezzo is the software publisher of the Mobile Open Development platform that allows to easily create Rich Mobile Applications that operate on all major mobile operating systems: Androidâ„¢, BlackBerry®, Brew®, iPhoneâ„¢, Java®, Linux®, Symbian® (including S60 5th Edition) and Windows Mobile®. Streamezzo's comprehensive software framework, innovative architecture and pre-built software components provide a complete solution for developing "write once, run anywhere" mobile services that deliver the ultimate user experience.  To learn more please visit
www.streamezzo.com.

NOTE TO EDITORS: To view a demonstration of Streamezzo's Mobile Open Development Platform or to access downloadable graphics and images, please visit: http://www.streamezzo.com/eng/news/gallery.php.

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