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Merrill Lynch: Openwave - zukünftiger Mega Player
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Merrill Lynch stuft das Wireless Unternehmen Openwave mit NT Neutral und LT Buy ein. Kurzfristig erwartet das Analystenhaus weitere schlechte Nachrichten, langfristig hat Openwave jedoch das Potential ein "800 Pfund Gorilla" des Mobilfunk Datenmarktes werden. Die Bewertung nach dem Model des Discounted Cash Flow ergebe einen fairen Kurs von $39, so Merrill Lynch.
Na Endlich mal gute Nachrichten.Bin bereits investiert.Ich hoffe doch der Kurs läuft bald Richtung Norden.
Lyncht Merrill :laugh::mad::mad::mad: !

heute - 38% nach Gewinnwarnung.

am 14.8. stand opwv bei über 18$, momentan bei 6,90...

:mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
hallo ,
ich halte openwave systems schon etwas länger, damals hießen sie noch phonecom. Am 20.11.2000 erfolgte die namensänderung. Jetzt eine Frage, begann am 20.11.2000 auch die spekufrist erneut oder nicht. Bitte um zahlreiche meinungen, wobei ich darauf hinweise, daß es meiner Meinung nach nicht nur eine Namensänderung war.
Die Verbindung mit KDDI sollte Openwave noch einen Schub
nach oben geben. Da gestern der Schock des Unglücks den
Anlegern zu sehr in die Knochen gefahren ist, könnte heute
der Abwärtstrend signifikant verlassen werden, wenn der
Markt hält, was die Futures versprechen. Ich denke, daß wir
kurzfristig schon die $ 10, sehen werden.
Gruß
Genie Announces Formal Agreement, Five Additional Carriers Now in Trials

LAS VEGAS, COMDEX, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Openwave Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: OPWV), the worldwide leader of open IP-based communication infrastructure software and applications, today announced its mobile-centric Instant Messaging solution. Openwave(TM) Instant Messaging now enables Communication Service Providers (CSPs) to deploy Openwave`s instant messaging solution on the networks and handsets available today. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20001204/OPENWAVE )

Openwave Instant Messaging delivers an open, standards-based approach to communications, bringing together the best possible mobile messaging experience with a carrier-grade server infrastructure. The solution lets users exchange instant messages with buddies from either their mobile phone or PC. Openwave`s solution uniquely delivers an intuitive, conversational user interface, device and presence information, interoperability with SMS and MSN Messenger, and an "always on" experience that does not require the user to be logged in to the Internet to receive a chat request.

"Openwave`s instant messaging delivers new messaging revenue streams to communications service providers worldwide," said Don Listwin, chairman, president and CEO, Openwave Systems. "Openwave Instant Messaging, and Openwave`s broader Messaging Services, will play a critical role in helping CSPs build rich carrier-to-carrier alliances of mobile subscriber communities. The advantage is unprecedented interoperability between mobile phone and PC environments as well as short messaging service and instant messaging."

Openwave has already seen strong customer demand. Genie, mm02`s mobile Internet business, has officially selected Openwave Instant Messaging for its mobile instant messaging offering and plans to begin service by the year`s end. In addition, five of the leading carriers across Europe, Asia and the Americas are currently in trial of Openwave`s Instant Messaging solution.

The introduction of Instant Messaging is a milestone in Openwave`s strategy to deliver a broad suite of integrated messaging services. Openwave Messaging Services, which includes Email, Mobile Email, Unified Messaging, Multimedia Messaging, and Instant Messaging, enables communication service providers to tailor services to meet the needs of all their customer segments, improving customer loyalty and offering a compelling and personalized experience. Openwave Messaging Services offers a compelling experience-empowering subscribers with the freedom to communicate anywhere, any way. About Openwave

Openwave Systems Inc. is the worldwide leader of open IP-based communication infrastructure software and applications. Openwave is a global company headquartered in Redwood City, California. For more information, please visit www.openwave.com. Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

This release contains forward-looking statements relating to expectations, plans or prospects for Openwave Systems Inc. that are based upon the current expectations and beliefs of Openwave`s management and are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements. In particular, the following factors, among others, could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements: (a) the ability to realize our strategic objectives by taking advantage of market opportunities in the Americas, Europe and the Middle East including Asia; (b) the ability to make changes in business strategy, development plans and product offerings to respond to the needs of our current, new and potential customers, suppliers and strategic partners; (c) risks associated with the development and licensing of software generally, including potential delays in software development and technical difficulties that may be encountered in the development or use of the Company`s software; (d) the ability to manage the Company`s growth; (e) the ability to continue to obtain qualified, experienced employees; (f) competition and technological changes and developments; (g) general risks of the Internet and wireless and wireline telecommunications sectors; and (h) the uncertain economic and political climate in the United States and throughout the rest of the world and the potential that such climate may deteriorate further.

For a detailed discussion of these and other cautionary statements, please refer to the risk factors discussed in filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), including but not limited to the Company`s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2001. All documents also are available through the SEC`s Electronic Data Gathering Analysis and Retrieval system (EDGAR) at www.sec.gov or from Openwave`s Web site at www.openwave.com. The Company assumes no obligation to update the forward-looking statements included in this document.

NOTE: Openwave, the Openwave logo and Services OS are trademarks of Openwave Systems Inc. All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.

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Hallo boardteilnehmer
könnte das mal jemand grob übersetzen
wäre echt super

mein kaufkurs liegt bei 22,50
ich hab gedacht das wäre billig:-)))))
war leider nicht so

was meint ihr ob wir die alten höchstkurse jemals wiedersehen
soll ich nochmals verbilligen???

wann kommen denn die zahlen von OPWV

ciau
Schnuzz
Openwave CEO Don Listwin Demonstrates New Mobile Internet Applications At Fall COMDEX Keynote Address
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 13, 2001--


Listwin Showcases Vision of "Mobile Freedom," Challenges Industry to Ensure Open Standards for Interoperability

Communications technology is experiencing profound transformation, making the benefits of true mobility available to business professionals and consumers alike. Innovation on the device, the network and among content providers is making mobile technology accessible and ubiquitous, but the challenge for the industry is to remain truly committed to open standards and designing technology for the benefit of end-users, Don Listwin, chairman, president and CEO of Openwave Systems Inc. (Nasdaq:OPWV), tells COMDEX attendees today. Openwave is the worldwide leader of open IP-based communication infrastructure software and applications.

"Mobility is about freedom. It isn`t about what device you use, or what on-line community you subscribe to, or whether you are working in the office or on the go," Listwin said. "Mobile is about you -- about giving you the freedom to live your life and still stay connected to your most important information, relationships and services."

Listwin outlines a vision of true mobile freedom where people are mobile and are free to design their own individual communities, services and applications to fit individual lifestyles, rather than being tied to a specific device or service for their mobility. Standards such as XML, XHTML and related standards of collaboration between mobile software and hardware providers as well as the convergence of computers and mobile devices of all kinds make this level of interoperability a reality for the first time.

Highlights of the keynote include the following:

-- The demonstration of the first US service available with
completely polyphonic ring tone and color photo downloads

-- The announcement of a new IM product that is interoperable
between computers and mobile phones and helps users type
quickly and accurately using a type pf short hand, called
Quick Text

-- The demonstration of current and future wireless devices from
around the world

-- Elaboration on how standards can make solutions better for
vendors, carriers and end users


Listwin shows advanced data services wireless phones and personal devices from Japan, Korea, Europe and the United States as well as demonstrates how 74 million people around the world are using mobile data services every day. He shows a sneak preview into a new photo and music download service expected to be available in the United States in December 2001.

During the keynote, Jonathan Perera, senior director for Instant Messaging, joins Listwin on stage to demonstrate Openwave`s new Instant Messaging software, also launched in limited release today at COMDEX. Openwave`s Instant Messaging represents a breakthrough technology for end-user mobile freedom by marrying the popularity of SMS messaging with the power and richness of the Web.

Openwave Instant Messaging delivers an open, standards-based approach to interactive communications with "presence" -- the technology that enables users to see whether their contacts are currently available on the web or on their mobile phones. Openwave`s innovative service delivers interoperability with Microsoft(R) MSN Messenger communities and SMS, and a simple, intuitive mobile instant messaging experience. Instant Messaging has met with extraordinary success globally. An estimated one billion instant messages are being sent globally on a daily basis (CSFB, July 2001). As for SMS, Merrill Lynch estimates that the current number of text messages being sent globally is 39 billion per month, which represents an average of 50 messages a month per subscriber (Merrill Lynch 2001).

Preview of IM Future


Listwin further demonstrates a technology prototype for the new Openwave Messaging Client, which is expected to be released to handset manufacturers in the summer of 2002. The new application will deliver a "live address book," that displays the presence information of the contacts in users` address books on their phones, and will integrate instant messaging with multimedia messaging (MMS), letting users exchange rich multimedia-based instant messages.

"That`s the idea behind Openwave`s messaging services," said Perera. "Users don`t have to carry multiple devices with overlapping capabilities. Any mobile personal device can be customized to provide information key to that particular user, including email, fax, and voicemail or mobile information services such as pictures, ring tones, calendar and address book synchronization. This can be done on any device, whether a phone, PDA or PC. Openwave`s Messaging Services suite enables Communications Services Providers to design services for customers that enable true mobile freedom. "

The introduction of Instant Messaging is a milestone in delivering a broad suite of integrated messaging services to Communications Service Providers. Openwave Messaging Services, which includes Email, Mobile Email, Unified Messaging, Multimedia Messaging, and Instant Messaging, enables communication service providers to tailor services to meet the needs of all customer segments, improving customer loyalty and offering a personalized experience. Openwave Messaging Services empowers subscribers to personalize their communications experience and gives them the freedom to communicate the way they want.

Listwin concludes by noting that technology advances in handset and device design; network advances such as "always on" 2.5G cellular networks; and the proliferation of content, commerce and community-building services are coming together with advances in transmission technologies such as 802.11, Bluetooth, radio frequency devices and other technologies. These advances, in combination with increased industry commitment to development on open standards such as XML and XHTML, will make services over mobile devices as easy and interoperable as services over the Web.

About Openwave


Openwave Systems Inc. (Nasdaq:OPWV) is the worldwide leader of open IP-based communication infrastructure software and applications. Openwave is a global company headquartered in Redwood City, Calif. For more information, please visit www.openwave.com.

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward Looking Statements


This release contains forward-looking statements relating to expectations, plans or prospects for Openwave Systems Inc. that are based upon the current expectations and beliefs of Openwave`s management and are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements. In particular, the following factors, among others, could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements: (a) the ability to make changes in business strategy, development plans and product offerings to respond to the needs of our current, new and potential customers, suppliers and strategic partners; (b) risks associated with the development and licensing of software generally, including potential delays in software development and technical difficulties that may be encountered in the development or use of the Company`s software; (c) the ability to successfully partner with other companies; (d) competition and technological changes and developments; (e) general risks of the Internet and wireless and wireline telecommunications sectors; and (f) the uncertain economic and political climate in the United States and throughout the rest of the world and the potential that such climate may deteriorate further.

For a detailed discussion of these and other cautionary statements, please refer to the risk factors discussed in filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), including but not limited to the Company`s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2001. All documents also are available through the SEC`s Electronic Data Gathering Analysis and Retrieval system (EDGAR) at www.sec.gov or from Openwave`s Web site at www.openwave.com. The Company assumes no obligation to update the forward-looking statements included in this document.

Note to Editors: Openwave, the Openwave logo and Services OS are trademarks of Openwave Systems Inc. All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.

CONTACT: Openwave Systems Inc.
Margaret Gifford, 650/480-7829 or 650/533-5818 (mobile)
or
Hallo Schnuzz
Deinen Einstieg dürftest du bald wieder sehen.
Opwv läuft besser als der Markt. $15, stark im Visier.
Zahlen kommen erst im Januar 02. Am 16. war die Comdex
zu Ende, das sollte neunen Auftrieb geben. Ich bin jedenfalls optimistisch.
Gruß
Hallo luto9

erst mal danke für deinen optimismus:-))))

ich muß ihn ja haben bei meinem kaufkurs
was ist denn eigentlich schon wieder bei den amis
los???
der kurs von openwave hat ganz schön federn gelassen zum handelsschluss!!! obwohl die nasdaq schön im plus ist...
sind das nur gewinnmitnahmen???
ich hoffe es:-)))

eigentlich wollte ich in den nächsten tagen meinen
kurs nochmals verbilligen
was meinst du???
die 11$ werden wohl nicht halten
aber meistens kommt es eh anders als man denkt
hast du vielleicht einen tip luto9

könntest oder kannst du evtl. deine beiden englischen texte mal mit eigenen worten wiedergeben oder grob übersetzen
das wäre echt genial
meine englischkenntnisse lassen leider sehr zu wünschen übrig

auf steigende kurse
obwohl mir eine kleine verschnaufpause lieber wäre

ciau schnuzz
hallo schnuzz
Habe heute mal versucht (bin mir aber nicht ganz sicher)
die Stützungen zu finden. Also nach meiner Lesart müsste
11,04 halten. Ich gehe mal von einer Verschnaufpause aus,
hat sie ja redlich verdient.
Was ich so aus den Texten lese, hat KDDI (Japen) die Soft-
ware - Mobilfunk der nächsten Generation - von Opwv über-
nommen. Haben sie auf der Comtex vorgestellt. vom 12.-16.11.
Habe mal den nachbörslichen Handel ein bischen verfolgt.
Sind noch reichlich gehandelt worden und alles über $ 11,20.
Also, die Woche hat gerade erst angefangen!!
Ich bin optimistisch.

Gruß
hallo schnuzz
alles was mit Chips zu tun hatte, ist unter Druck gekommen.
Es ging da um Auftragseingänge und Auslieferungen, die waren
wohl schlechter erwartet worden und so wie ich das mitbekommen habe -zwischen Tür und Angel- war
es nicht an dem. Also können wir wieder auf bessere Kurse hoffen.
Vielleicht war das auch gar nicht so schlecht. Hätte jetzt
also Kraft genug wieder durchzustarten.
Gruß
THESE PHONES WORK WITH OPWV SOFTWARE, DUMBASS, THESE PHONES WILL HELP OPWV, MAKING CARRIERS DEPLOY NEXT GENERATION SYSTEMS FASTER. DID YOU READ THE PART A CAMERA WITHIN A PHONE. THAT WILL BE AWESOME. THESE KINDS OF PHONES WILL GET CARRIERS TO UPGRADE SYSTEMS FASTER. NOK IS ACTUALLY BEHIND THE INDUSTRY. THIS IS A VERY POSITIVE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR OPWV.

Habe ich gestern zufällig in einem board gelesen.
Steven Milunovich: Anleger nehmen Erholung zu schnell vorweg


Merrill Lynch rechnet mit Rückschlag für Technologie-Aktien


Die amerikanische Investmentbank Merrill Lynch glaubt nicht an eine dauerhafte Fortsetzung der jüngsten Aufholjagd bei den Technologieaktien. Steven Milunovich, Chief Technology Strategist von Merrill Lynch, sagte am Mittwoch in Frankfurt, die jetzige Aufwärtsbewegung sei eine technische Reaktion aus einer überverkauften Lage heraus. Im Januar werde der von Liquidität getriebene Zwischenspurt aber vorbei sein. „Für die kommenden ein bis zwei Jahre sind wir gegenüber den Technologiewerten eher pessimistisch eingestellt", erklärte Milunovich.


pk FRANKFURT/M. Zur Begründung verwies er im Gespräch mit dem Handelsblatt auf die seiner Meinung nach zu hohe Bewertung der Titel. Die Kurse hätten sich nach oben bewegt, aber die fundamentalen Daten könnten nicht mithalten. Immerhin hätten die operativen Margen in diesem Jahr mit minus 20 % den niedrigsten Wert seit 20 Jahren erreicht. Und im kommenden Jahr sei noch keine durchgreifende Besserung zu erwarten. Die Umsätze seien rückläufig und die Investitionen in die Informationstechnik würden 2002 voraussichtlich stagnieren.

„Aktuell liegt das Kurs-Gewinn-Verhältnis für 2002 bei den Technologiepapieren bei rund 25 bis 30, normalerweise bildet sich aber erst bei einem KGV von zehn ein Boden an der Börse“, erläuterte der Analyst. Vor allem Halbleiterwerte seien nun wieder „sehr teuer“, die Investoren versuchten hier, eine konjunkturelle Erholung zu früh vorwegzunehmen.

Ab dem Frühjahr 2002 würden die Umsatz- und Gewinnzahlen wieder stärker die Anlageentscheidungen leiten. Das Technologiesegment werde dann für ein bis zwei Jahre um etwa zehn Prozent schlechter abschneiden als der Gesamtmarkt, prognostizierte Milunovich. Ob das erhöhte Sicherheitsbedürfnis nach den Terroranschlägen der Branche zusätzliche Einnahmen verschaffe, bleibe abzuwarten. Aus betriebswirtschaftlicher Sicht seien Investitionen in Schutzsysteme nur Ausgaben, die keine unmittelbaren Umsätze generierten.

Mit einem Anlagehorizont von fünf bis sieben Jahren schätzt Merrill Lynch den Technologiesektor wieder positiv ein, weil dann ein neuer Innovationsschub in Sicht sei, etwa mit der Nanotechnologie. Auch das Internet werde mit neuen Übertragungstechniken ab 2005 ein Comeback erleben.

Gut positioniert für die nächsten Technologiewellen seien u.a. Bea Systems (Software-Infrastruktur), Ciena, Extreme Networks (Netzwerke), Openwave (drahtlose Übertragung), ARM (Komponenten) und ASM Lithography (Halbleiterausrüstungen).
Hallo!!!

also ich glaube,oder hoffe, daß die 11$ endlich mal
halten verflixt

langsam könnte opwv ruhig mal einen gang höher schalten
>ich hoffe irgendwann finden die amis wieder zu ihrem alten liebling zurück

ciau
schnuzz
hallo Schnuzz

Opwv hat tüchtig Ermüdungserscheinungen.
Ist in den Abwärtstrend zurück. Jetzt wird es
sich zeigen, ob rauf oder runter. 11 $ ist Unter-
stützung und Widerstand.
Sollte die halten, wären 14 $, dann bis 19 $ drin.
Was fehlt ist einfach eine gute Meldung.

Wollen wir hoffen, daß die schnellstmöglich kommt.
Gruß
Multimedia Downloads to Drive Adoption of Next Generation Wireless Handsets and Demand for GPRS

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Dec 10, 2001 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Openwave Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: OPWV), the worldwide leader of open IP-based communication infrastructure software and applications, today announced that it is working with leading content providers to deliver enriched multimedia content and services, fully optimized for M-Services compliant handsets using Openwave(TM) Download Fun software. Following the GSM Association`s recent announcement that 16 M-Services compliant handset models will be on the market between now and early 2002, this announcement marks the beginning of the next important phase of the GSM Association`s M-Services Initiative -- the availability of compelling multimedia services.
(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20001204/OPENWAVE )

Through Download Fun, an important element of the M-Services Guidelines, consumers will now be able to download a wide range of rich multimedia content to their wireless handsets. Consumers can use these download services to personalize their handsets with the latest content such as polyphonic ring tones, trendy screen savers, sports team logos, greeting cards, and favorite pictures of pop bands, friends, family and pets. They will also be able to play games with other players on different networks, and send mobile postcards with images, sound and text to friends around the world. The ability to download multimedia content through Download Fun takes consumers a step closer to multimedia messaging service (MMS), which will enable, among other things, animations and video clips to be sent between mobile devices. Openwave`s MMS is part of the company`s IP-based messaging services offering.

"The introduction of Download Fun allows a company like ours to take advantage of Openwave`s browser-based digital rights management and non-intrusive transaction billing to provide rich mobile multimedia formats, such as 16-chord polyphonic ring tones, to our blue-chip customers," said Anthony Stonefield, CEO, YourMobile/Premium Wireless Services. "The deployment of Download Fun extensions-enabling over-the-air downloads of rich-media products-brings compelling, iMode-like entertainment and personalization services to the world`s wireless data markets."

Download Fun is an open content delivery platform for downloading larger and richer content -- such as color graphics, digital pictures, Java applets and music files -- which will enable communication service providers (CSPs) to act as a trusted agent to ensure security, reliability and payment for content downloads. In addition to enabling the download of multimedia content, Download Fun will allow CSPs to implement flexible and creative billing and revenue models through detailed usage reporting features. Download Fun offers a content delivery value chain that will benefit CSPs, content providers and subscribers. Download Fun is part of Openwave`s suite of M-Services compliant products, which includes gateway and provisioning infrastructure, client software, download platforms, and messaging services.

"Up until now consumers have personalized their phones through simple text messaging. However, through Download Fun consumers will be able to download much larger files resulting in richer, more exciting content. Moving from a voice- and text-only environment to multimedia is a big step forward, and further proof that M-Services is coming to life, to deliver compelling services and an enriched experience for the end user," said Mark Taguchi, director of M-Services worldwide for Openwave.

Openwave has been working with the developer community around the world to create exciting new Download Fun content for M-Services, and continues to work with leading developers for MMS content. Some of the developers Openwave is working with include:

Premium Wireless Services (PWS), YourMobile Inc. is one of the world`s leading mobile entertainment brands, under which the company offers mobile multimedia content services and targeted international and local marketing to consumers. Premium Wireless Services (PWS), YourMobile`s business-to-business division, provides private-label, mobile multimedia distribution solutions to network operators (carriers), mobile device manufacturers, and entertainment/media companies worldwide; these include Sony, AOL/Time Warner, Cingular Wireless, Voicestream Wireless, Fido Wireless, Midwest Wireless, BT Cellnet, Bell Mobility, Infospace, News Corporation/OmniMedia, Associated New Media, Austereo Radio Group, Pepsi Chart Show/Capitol Radio, Columbia Pictures, Info2cell, Fanscape, and many others. PWS` extensive content library is licensed for international wireless data distribution from the major music publishers, including EMI, Sony/ATV, Warner-Chappell, and Universal, and numerous independent music publishers, rights societies, and content studios, internationally.

Run Media builds and maintains wireless media content platforms for carriers, retailers, and consumer brand companies. At the Openwave booth at COMDEX last month, Run Media became the first content company to demonstrate a next generation wireless media service leveraging Download Fun to distribute polyphonic ring tones, midi and karaoke files, as well as digital audio clips. Run Media enables carriers to offer a private labeled Web and Wap service that gives subscribers access to their personal media collection. Run Media has relationships with top music companies including Time-Warner, EMI, and Zomba. Run Media`s professional musicians create ring tones that achieve the highest level of sound quality possible on the wireless device.

ANIMOBILE INC. creates, produces, formats, markets, merchandises, and distributes entertainment content for existing wireless media and develops content for third generation (3G) devices. ANIMOBILE`s seasoned management represents more than 25 years of collective entertainment industry experience, and has a team of creative advisors, designers, programmers, producers, and engineers who understand the wireless, information, and entertainment industries. As a start-up, ANIMOBILE was funded by Hyperion Studio, a leading U.S. producer of television, home video, and theatrical animation and live-action entertainment. Hyperion`s client list features an array of major U.S. and international companies, including ABC, Artisan, Bellsystem24 (Japan), CBS, Canal+, Discovery Channel, Disney, HBO, Hallmark, Tokyo Broadcasting, Mitsubishi Electric, Miramax, NBC, NHK Japan Broadcasting, Nickelodeon, Showtime, Paramount, USA Networks, and Warner Bros.

Sagem, Samsung, Siemens, and Telit are among the device manufacturers Openwave is working with to bring M-Services handsets to market.

The M-Services Initiative was created by the GSM Association to drive adoption and usage of mobile Internet services with the rollout of GPRS. Key components of M-Services include a graphical user interface for mobile handsets and the ability to securely download rich, multi-media files like ring tones, wallpapers and other graphical images to the handset, through functionality based on Openwave Download Fun specification. On a royalty-free basis, Openwave contributed to the GSM Association`s handset specification the intellectual property rights for Download Fun and the graphical user interface. Openwave also works with handset manufacturers and developer partners to provide content that will be attractive to the consumer market, helping to drive mobile Internet usage.

About Openwave

Openwave Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: OPWV) is the worldwide leader of open IP-based communication infrastructure software and applications. Openwave is a global company headquartered in Redwood City, California. For more information, please visit www.openwave.com .
Hallo luto9!!!

war das die erhoffte meldung???:-)))

könntest du kurz mit eigenen worten die nachricht
übersetzen oder rüberbringen
wäre echt super von dir

mfg
schnuzz
OPWV wird nach langer Zeit wieder vorbörslichen mehr
gehandelt. War bis jetzt immer ein gutes Zeichen.
Vielleicht wird Meldung von gestern heute erst eingepreist.

good luck
Neueste Meldung 9.00 AM
Telesp Celular Chooses the Openwave Mobile Access Gateway to Power South America`s First Next Generation 2.5G 1X Wireless Network
12/12/01




Openwave Enables Telesp Celular to Leverage Advanced Technology - One of South America`s Largest Carriers Sees Greater Advantages and Continued Success

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Dec 12, 2001 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Openwave Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: OPWV), the worldwide leader of open IP-based communication infrastructure software and applications, today announced that Telesp Celular, South America`s largest wireless Internet carrier has launched their 2.5G 1X CDMA wireless network built on the Openwave(TM) Mobile Access Gateway. The Mobile Access Gateway is a robust, industry-leading software infrastructure providing Telesp Celular with the technology needed to deliver the mobile Internet to their subscribers. Openwave will be participating in Telesp Celular`s wireless network launch event in Sao Paulo, Brazil today.
(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20001204/OPENWAVE )

Telesp Celular has had one of the fastest mobile Internet adoption rates of any carrier in the world. Telesp Celular chose the Openwave Mobile Access Gateway in May 2000 to help launch their initial CDMA mobile Internet service and, continuing to build their solution around enhanced Openwave products, has seen tremendous success, with more than 1.8 million subscribers owning a WAP-enabled phone. With Openwave`s highly scalable and reliable technology, Telesp Celular is the first wireless carrier to launch the 2.5G CDMA solution in South America. Telesp Celular`s 2.5G network is available today as their "WaaaP; a Internet de Bolso" service. Telesp Celular is forging ahead with next generation solutions, cutting-edge technologies, and new user-beneficial applications.

"Telesp Celular`s high awareness of customer needs has enabled them to make the right decisions on when to launch specific Openwave enabled services in their market, resulting in remarkable adoption," said Richard Wong, senior vice president at Openwave. "Openwave is excited to provide Telesp Celular with open communications platforms that further drive their industry leading wireless Internet offering."

The launch of Telesp Celular`s 2.5G wireless network marks the introduction of a significantly advanced network powered by Openwave`s technology. Inherent advantages to this network include faster transmission speeds, "always-on" connection capability and the move to a packet-based network.

With data-communications speeds of up to 10 times faster than before, "always-on" technology, and other network enhancements, the advantages of the new wireless network facilitate the rollout of applications such as instant messaging and multi-media messaging services. Openwave Instant Messaging (IM) and Openwave Multi-media Messaging Services are part of the company`s IP-based messaging services offering. Openwave`s IM lets users exchange instant messages through an intuitive, conversational user interface, from either their mobile phone or the PC. Openwave`s open, standards-based instant messaging solution is available on the networks and handsets existing today. Openwave will be demonstrating their recently announced Openwave Instant Messaging product at Telesp Celular`s wireless network launch event today.

About Openwave

Openwave Systems Inc. is the worldwide leader of open IP-based communication
Hallo Schnuzz

Habe ich vergessen betr.: einzusetzen? Wenn ja, schreibe ich nochmal
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