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RComm unveils new 3G mobile data services portal on Motricity

December 03, 2010 15:44 IST

Anil Ambani Group firm Reliance Communications on Friday said its R-World, will be powered by mobile data services and solutions provider, Motricity, which will deliver complete mobile Internet and data services.

The mobile data services portal has been developed on Motricitys mCore platform which powers 3G mobile portals of many leading global 3G service providers, RComm said in a statement.

"Reliance is aggressively rolling out 3G services in India and we believe our partnership with Motricity will allow us to deliver a richer, more personalised, mobile Internet experience to our customers," Reliance Communications CEO Wireless Business - Syed Safawi said.

The portal developed for the upcoming 3G services will deliver end-to-end mobile Internet and data services to 120 million Reliance mobile subscribers.

Motricity is a leading mobile data services and solutions provider serving some of the worlds largest mobile operators including AT&T, Sprint and Verizon Wireless.

Its mCore and Mobile as a Service (MaaS) delivery platform will enable Reliance Mobile Customers to access highly personalised mobile data experiences throughout India.

Rcom said its subscribers will have access to the high speed mobile Internet with download speeds up to 21 Mbps, high-definition Mobile TV and a host of advanced features, across a wide range of mobile devices.

"Motricitys partnership with Reliance to transform mobile data services across the region showcases the strength of Motricitys comprehensive, end-to-end Mobile as a Service offering, and our companys ability to quickly deploy a comprehensive platform," Motricity founder and chief executive officer Ryan Wuerch said.

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