Giants buy in mobile expertise

Microsoft, Cisco Systems and Motorola are lining up companies with the expertise to extend and deploy enterprise applications to...

Microsoft, Cisco Systems and Motorola are lining up companies with the expertise to extend and deploy enterprise applications to a wide variety of mobile devices.

Invisix, a wireless systems integrator owned by Cisco and Motorola, is set to announce a deal with Xora to use its wireless and voice solutions for extracting data from mission-critical applications and deploying out to wireless devices.

Last week, Microsoft announced a deal with MobileWay, a telecommunications logistics company that has agreements with 89 wireless carriers across the world.

With MobileWay as a partner, Microsoft is
now ready to deploy its wireless middleware product, Microsoft Mobile Information Server, as a hosted service to companies.

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