Nokia buys Eizel Techologies

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Nokia buys Eizel Techologies

Nokia has agreed to acquire Eizel Technologies, a provider of server-based products designed to transform e-mails, attachments, intranet applications and web contents into formats easily accessible by any mobile device on any network.

The technology also supports Secure Sockets Layer encryption and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol authentication to ensure secure access.

Nokia will integrate Eizel technology into its own range of secure enterprise products, as well as delivering it as a software application for organisations that have standardised Unix or Linux platforms from major hardware suppliers.

Eizel, which employs 26 people, was founded last year by scientists from the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.


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