SOURCE: O3SIS

July 10, 2006 08:03 ET

freenet.de AG Deploys O3SIS' Over-the-Air Synchronization Services to Enable Mobile Phone/PC Convergence

O3SIS SyncML (OMA DS) Data Synchronization Products Allow freenet Customers to Wirelessly Back Up and Sync Personal Data Between Their Mobile Phones and PCs

SACRAMENTO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 10, 2006 -- O3SIS Information Technology AG, a leading provider of personal mobile applications and Over-the-Air (OTA) data synchronization (DS) technology for first tier mobile network operators, today announced that freenet.de AG has rolled-out new data synchronization and backup/restore services powered by O3SIS.

freenetMail Sync combines O3SIS advanced, end-to-end SyncML (OMA DS) and Backup and Restore Over-the-Air data synchronization products allowing freenet subscribers to transparently sync contacts, calendars, and tasks between their web organizer, mobile phone and PC.

"With the increasing amount of personal and business data stored to phones and PCs, O3SIS and freenetMail Sync now make sure that customers are always up to date and their information is safeguarded, all the time," said Kai Schulmann, Head of Product Management Convergence, freenet.de AG. "Now our customers can easily experience the benefits of media convergence and manage their personal data both on their PC and on their mobile phone and web organizer -- eliminating the dependence of data entry using unintuitive and small keypads."

"freenet subscribers can enjoy more productive data and contact management as well as peace of mind," said Dirk Dörre, CEO and CTO at O3SIS. "Prior to freenetMail Sync, customers would have to re-enter all of their data if a phone was lost or damaged. Now, all data is kept up to date and instantly transferred to the new phone with a simple push of a button."

O3SIS SyncML (OMA DS) data synchronization and Backup and Restore products are key components of the company's Unified Mobile Applications (UMA) platform, which provides Over-the-Air data synchronization, a full-featured address book, mobile device backup/restore, and mobile personal information management (PIM) functionality including consumer push e-mail. UMA enables operators to roll out multiple value-added services from a single, high-performance platform, significantly reducing system complexity and maintenance costs. O3SIS' UMA products support Over-the-Air synchronization on more than one hundred different devices from all leading handset vendors.

For more information, visit www.O3SIS.com or contact info@o3sis.com.

About O3SIS Information Technology AG

Founded in 1996, O3SIS Information Technology AG develops and sells carrier-grade mobile software solutions, providing innovative personal applications and industry-leading Over-the-Air data synchronization technology to mobile network operators and ISPs/ASPs. O3SIS is headquartered in Germany with North American offices located in Northern California.

Since introducing its first mobile service in 1999, O3SIS has been a pioneer and market leader in the mobile industry. By wirelessly syncing e-mail, contact information, calendar events, and tasks across customer devices such as the desktop, Web, and handset, O3SIS applications create a level of trust, and deliver an enhanced experience for a worry-free, more productive, and dynamic mobile lifestyle.

O3SIS' innovative line of products is currently deployed at top tier mobile network operators, including Vodafone Group, E-Plus, O2, and T-Mobile, with millions of users worldwide. The Company's strategic and Technology Partners network includes LogicaCMG, Hewlett Packard, Siemens, T-Systems, SUN, as well as all leading handset manufacturers.

About freenet.de AG

freenet.de AG, one of the leading internet and telecommunications companies in Germany, based in Hamburg, Germany, is a listed company (WKN 579200) with about ten million customers with various internet and telephone services such as internet access, chats, email and photo centre services as well as preselection or call by call telephone service. Its internet access, fixed-line telephone, portal business and B2B services make freenet an outstanding competitor on the German market. The business continues its growth with a successful new DSL service and iPhone, the innovative internet telephony service that was successfully introduced on the market at the 2004 CeBIT. freenet is one of the few service providers with its own network, which provides a powerful infrastructure for data transfer. This allows freenet to create an extremely competitive price structure. The freenet.de AG Annual General Meeting approved the intended merger with mobilcom AG in August 2005.

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