Aspiro owned Advox' e-mail solution in Ericsson PBX system.

E-mail and telephony Aspiro owned Advox' e-mail solution in Ericsson PBX system. Aspiro owned Advox' e-mail solution Omnigate has been certified for integration with Ericsson's administration program for the MD110 PBX system. This means that operators who receive incoming phone calls now can forward them as e-mail, SMS and pager messages directly from the PBX. Omnigate is a universal server for any kind of electronic message. Users of any e-mail program* can send e-mail via the Internet to other e-mail systems, fax machines, pagers and GSM telephones. Omnigate supports all types of connections between different systems and to the Internet: modem, LAN, ISDN and fixed connections. Omnigate will be integrated with Ericsson's Dynamic Network Administration (DNA), which administers all MD110 PBX systems. "Omnigate is filling a great need in workplaces where personnel are not always in their offices, sitting by their stationary telephones. Now, the PBX operator can always reach the call recipient since incoming messages reach their destination regardless of where the recipient is and what means of communication he has at hand," relates Stefan Sjödin, Omnigate Product Manager at Aspiro. Ericsson Business Networks AB issued the certificate after a number of function tests of Omnigate integrated with Ericsson's administration program for the MD110 PBX system. "Ericsson sees Omnigate as an extremely important added function on our MD110 PBX. Omnigate also functions reliably and frictionlessly with our system. We are very pleased," says Lars Berggren, DNA Marketing Manager, Ericsson. The system is already in operation at Sahlgrenska sjukhuset, (Sahlgrenska Hospital) Karolinska sjukhuset (Karolinska Hospital), NCC and elsewhere. CeBIT 2000 Integration of DNA/MD110 and Omnigate will be demonstrated by Ericsson during CeBIT 2000 in Hanover, 23 February - 1 March, Hall 17, stand B:31. Aspiro will be at CeBIT 2000 in Hall 26, stand A40/6 and Aspiro owned Advox in Hall 15, stand E36/8 for further demonstrations. *Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Mail, Lotus cc:Mail, Lotus Notes, Novell Groupwise, Eudora and other POP3 clients. For more information, please contact: Stefan Sjödin, Omnigate Product Manager, Aspiro. Tel: +46 (0) 8 544 909 00 Lars Berggren, DNA Marketing Manager, Ericsson. Tel: +46 (0) 8 422 10 59 About Aspiro Aspiro develops wireless applications and services, using WAP, SMS, GPRS and other innovative technologies. Aspiro offers operators, content providers and mobile organizations a wide range of solutions, from pre- packaged WAP services to strategy consulting involving value-added services. The 11th of january this year Aspiro aquired the Swedish company Advox. The developement of Omnigate has primarly taken place at Advox. Founded in 1998 Aspiro is today one of the world's leading company within developement of mobile applications and services. The company has over 100 employees and offices located in Sweden, Norway, USA and Hong Kong. A subsidiary, Aspiro International, has been established in Luxembourg to lead the company's international expansion throughout the world. Aspiro's business concept, organization and operations are based on many years of experience gained in the wireless telecommunications and IT industries. More information about Aspiro can be found on www.aspiro.com ------------------------------------------------------------ Please visit http://www.bit.se for further information The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/02/15/20000215BIT00860/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/02/15/20000215BIT00860/bit0002.pdf

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