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Intel delivers on the demand for next-generation Internet applications and wireless devices with the Intel® Personal Internet Client Architecture (Intel® PCA). Designed to allow independent hardware and software development for computing and applications subsystems, Intel PCA simplifies the development process and speeds time-to-market. Utilizing the processing versatility of the Intel® Applications Processors with Intel® XScale technology together with high-density flash memory and cellular baseband chipsets, Intel PCA is leading the way to the wireless future. This highly scalable, standards-based architecture supports leading operating systems and global wireless standards for easy integration and expansion. Applications based on the Intel PCA open software infrastructure can be easily ported to other devices or operating systems, increasing product line robustness and maximizing use of engineering resources. The Intel® PCA Developer Network is a large collection of third-party companies that develop integrated hardware and software products including MPEG4, text-to-speech, unified messaging, Internet audio, video-conferencing, video playback and other dynamic features. And with Intel's advanced technology expertise, Intel PCA combines the superior processing power and low power operation of Intel Applications Processors to deliver robust, media-rich Internet functionality. In addition, Intel's GPRS embedded modules provide essential building blocks for device manufacturers who are looking to build the latest Internet appliance or add wireless capabilities into existing products.

Nokia is the world leader in mobile communications. Backed by its experience, innovation, user-friendliness and secure solutions, the company has become the leading supplier of mobile phones and a leading supplier of mobile, fixed and IP networks. By adding mobility to the Internet Nokia creates new opportunities for companies and further enriches the daily lives of people.

Nokia comprises two business groups: Nokia Networks and Nokia Mobile Phones. In addition, the company includes a separate Nokia Ventures Organization and the corporate research unit, Nokia Research Center.

Nokia is the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer. With our comprehensive product portfolio covering all consumer segments and cellular handset protocols, we believe that Nokia is in a strong position to lead the development of mobile communications, based on our vision of a world in which an increasing share of all personal communication-whether voice, data, images or video, or services and transactions-occurs over personal wireless terminals such as mobile phones.

We seek to enable people to connect with one another and to various sources of services and information, regardless of time or place. Our technology and applications are based on solutions designed to function together seamlessly and effectively.

Interactive Intelligence is a global developer of multi-channel interaction management software designed as a simple and cost-effective alternative to proprietary telecommunications and computer telephony integration solutions.

The company's unique suite of communications software includes a wireless application gateway product called Mobilité™. Mobilité enables organizations to rapidly create, deploy and maintain wireless productivity applications. Mobilité increases productivity by giving mobile employees access to databases, e-mail systems, PBXs and other corporate information and communications systems from popular PDA devices such as the Pocket PC, Blackberry and Palm.

Key architectural advantages of Mobilité include better throughput on devices, simplified maintenance, built-in integration points and flexible access methods.

Since its founding in 1994, Interactive Intelligence has been honored with numerous awards, including Frost & Sullivan's 2001 Entrepreneurial Company of the Year and Software Magazine's 2002 Top Global 500 Software and Services Companies.

Interactive Intelligence has more than 900 customers and is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN, USA with approximately 20 offices worldwide.

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