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DevCon: Nexperience Launches Remote Development & Testing for BlackBerry
Nexperience, a provider of remote access and automated testing solutions for mobile handsets, will launch a remote development and testing service for the BlackBerry developer community as part of its sponsorship of the BlackBerry Developer Conference in Santa Clara on October 20-22, 2008.
To learn more about Nexperience and to sign up for a free trial visit http://www.nexperience.com.
The service will enable BlackBerry developers and testers to control via the Internet numerous remote BlackBerry devices, including the recently launched BlackBerry Pearl 8220 flip smartphone and the BlackBerry Bold 9000.
This worldwide service will be initially offered from the US, Spain and the UK on tens of devices. The Nexperience BlackBerry devices will operate in all the major mobile networks in these countries.
Additionally, the service will offer the BlackBerry developer community Cross-Device Automated Solutions, especially designed to support the BlackBerry development and testing processes. With Automated Solutions, users will be able to install applications on BlackBerry devices with a click of a button, automatically send SMS and email messages to the device under test and intuitively compare how their mobile web pages are displayed on various devices.
By using the Nexperience service, developers will be able to ensure optimal compatibility of their mobile product or service with more BlackBerry devices and mobile networks - gaining better quality, shorter time to market, and lower overall costs and logistical efforts.
Participants at the BlackBerry Developer Conference who sign up for the service at the event will receive special promotions and unlimited free access to the service for an initial period.
"We are very excited about the launch of our Blackberry-focused service at the BlackBerry Developer Conference," says Eran Yaniv, CEO of Nexperience. "Our service will benefit RIM and the BlackBerry eco system of developers and users. By enabling access to both old and recently-launched devices and by eliminating costs and logistical barriers, our service will drive developers to ensure that their product or service works well on more BlackBerry devices and in the target mobile network. This will result in better overall quality and in shorter time to market for the introduction of an ever growing portfolio of BlackBerry applications."
"Our goal," adds Yaniv, "is to find more and more ways we can help developers and testers improve the product life cycle process by providing automated solutions that improve their efficiency and productivity."
Nexperience offers an automated handset environment that significantly reduces the complexity involved in launching and sustaining mobile services. The Nexperience service streamlines the development, testing, porting and monitoring processes of mobile applications and content across devices, networks and geographies.
Nexperience was founded in 2006 by a group of highly experienced executives from the mobile and telecom industries. Working together at Exalink (acquired by Comverse in 2000), Comverse, and Mercury, and now at Nexperience, this team has established a consistently successful track record in developing and delivering high-quality products and services to mobile operators and enterprises.
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