Nokia takes aim at BlackBerry with push email client

Nokia announced that it will offer its own enterprise push email solution for 20 to 30 percent less than the cost of RIM's software and with unlimited distribution rights. The company believes that the high price of entry is the biggest obstacle to mobile email deployments. Nokia is happy to discuss pricing but is more reluctant to provide details about protocol being used. Nokia has conceded that it is still working on compression issues, while RIM's software is known for compression that is designed to work over limited GPRS networks.

For more details on Nokia's push email solution:
- take a look at this article from Ovum

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