DeviceAnywhere Partners With Motorola To Unite Developer Community Through The MOTODE
DeviceAnywhere Partners With Motorola To Unite Developer Community Through The MOTODEV Virtual Developer Lab
DeviceAnywhere to offer developers worldwide immediate remote access to mobile handsets in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Latin America.
(San Mateo Calif., USA), February 11, 2008 – DeviceAnywhere™, (DeviceAnywhere - The Source For User Experience Management For The Mobile Industry), a global leader in end-to-end mobile application development solutions, today announced its partnership with Motorola (NYSE: MOT) to launch of the new Motorola Virtual Developer Lab – a remote internet-based testing service designed to dramatically reduce the time and resources required to develop, test, monitor, and deploy applications and content for Motorola handsets.
The Motorola Virtual Developer Lab is the handset manufacturer’s latest step in extending world-class services and tools to its MOTODEV mobile application and content developer community. Through the Virtual Developer Lab powered by DeviceAnywhere, MOTODEV community members now have instant remote access to 40 (and growing) mobile handsets in the U.S., Europe, Taiwan, India and Brazil using a simple desktop interface available via the Internet.
“The mobile device is at the core of peoples every day lives, keeping them connected to timely information and allowing them to perform critical tasks,” said Christy Wyatt, Vice President, Software Platforms and Ecosystem, Motorola. “As a result, consumer demand for sophisticated mobile applications and content shows no signs of slowing down and – subsequently – it is imperative that mobile operators, handset manufacturers and platform providers continue to feed this demand with
increasingly advanced devices and mobile applications.”
DeviceAnywhere is an award-winning solution that provides convenient and cost-effective end-to-end solutions for mobile content development, monitoring, testing and deployment – enabling mobile application developers to bring better content to market faster than ever before. Its unique Direct-to-Device™ technology provides access to real handsets in live global networks, from anywhere. DeviceAnywhere currently supports more than 2000 devices on 30 different carrier networks worldwide, with locations in the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Germany, Spain and Japan.
With the most extensive bank of real handsets in the market
DeviceAnywhere is the only solution that:
• Employs real, physical handsets connected to live networks – NOT emulator/simulators or other technologies that may control only a subset of the device functionality.
• Empowers users to interact with devices exactly as if they held the devices in their hands. This includes tasks such as pressing device buttons, tapping on touch screens, connecting/disconnecting the battery, viewing the LCD, listening to ringers and speakers, and opening/closing a handset.
• Pixel-by-pixel representations of LCD displays allows for accurate image and text matching – displaying exactly what the end-user would experience.
“As the mobile industry continues its rapid global expansion, it becomes increasingly difficult for mobile application developers worldwide to keep up with the multitude of handsets – and just as difficult for operators, handset manufacturers and platform providers to ensure that their developer communities have access to devices,” said Faraz Syed, CEO and co-founder for DeviceAnywhere. “Motorola has recognized the significant value that DeviceAnywhere can bring to its developer community through the Virtual Developer Lab and we are thrilled to partner with the company in this endeavor.”
To accommodate Motorola’s global MOTODEV community, the Virtual Developer Lab will feature Motorola devices from every major European operator, as well as devices from the U.S., Brazil and India. To sign-up for this service users can simply log onto DeviceAnywhere - The Source For User Experience Management For The Mobile Industry, register for a DeviceAnywhere account and add the Motorola VDL package.
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