Hoy Microsoft ha anunciado un acuerdo de licenciamiento de protocolos con la empresa AgreeYa mobility. El acuerdo incluye varios protocolos que permitirán a la empresa AgreeYa construir aplicaciones para otras plataformas como iOS, Android y RIM que trabajen con productos Microsoft. Entre los productor Microsoft para los cuales podrán crear aplicaciones moviles están Remote Desktop Services, Windows Azure, Active Directory y SharePoint. A continuación el parte de prensa en inglés.
REDMOND, Wash., and BEIJING — Nov. 29, 2011 — At a joint customer and partner forum today in Beijing, Microsoft Corp. and AgreeYa Mobility announced a protocol licensing agreement that allows AgreeYa Mobility solutions to interoperate with select Microsoft enterprise applications and services. This licensing agreement will enable AgreeYa Mobility to create solutions for non-Microsoft mobile platforms (including iOS, Android, RIM and WebOS) that connect with Microsoft enterprise back-end systems. The goal of the agreement is to expand the reach of Microsoft’s enterprise applications and cloud services across a broad range of heterogeneous mobile devices and tablets.
“We use Microsoft applications to support critical functions of our business including email, server management and maintenance of the company website,” said Doug Eney, chief technical officer and vice president I/S Engineering at Carnival Cruise Lines. “We are pleased that Microsoft and AgreeYa Mobility are working together; it’s agreements like these that will help companies like Carnival support interoperability between these applications and different mobile device platforms. Solutions like these enhance enterprise companies’ mobile access to the Microsoft applications they need to do their jobs.”
“A very large percentage of enterprises are utilizing Microsoft applications and are demanding access to those applications on their mobile devices and tablets,” said Krish Kupathil, CEO of AgreeYa Mobility. “By entering into this protocol licensing agreement, AgreeYa Mobility obtains the rights under Microsoft patents to implement Microsoft communication protocols. In addition, customers will gain access to applications and services that work seamlessly across Microsoft technologies, allowing for a compelling unified user experience on non-Windows mobile platforms.”
“The consumerization of IT presents a challenge for our enterprise customers. This agreement demonstrates how technology companies can work together collaboratively for the benefit of their customers,” said Sandy Gupta, general manager, Open Solutions Group, Microsoft. “We’re committed to helping create a vibrant technology ecosystem that addresses the need for interoperable cloud services and applications within mixed IT environments.”
AgreeYa Mobility will use the protocols licensed from Microsoft to create mobile solutions that connect to Remote Desktop Services, Windows Azure, Active Directory and SharePoint.
About AgreeYa Mobility
AgreeYa Mobility, a subsidiary of AgreeYa Solutions, is a global technology provider specializing in breakthrough mobile engineering. As an industry leader in the mobile eco-system, AgreeYa Mobility focuses on product development and engineering services and solutions around wireless technologies that deliver differentiated value to organizations and end-users. AgreeYa Mobility’s customers include major chipset and device manufacturers, global and national network operators, as well as mid-size and large enterprises. Headquartered in Folsom, California, AgreeYa Mobility has global operations in India, China, Korea and Poland. For more information, visit www.agreeyamobility.net.
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