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Default [10-01-2004] BlackBerry 'push e-mail' comes to Malaysia

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BlackBerry 'push e-mail' comes to local shores

SINGAPORE: You've been reading about the handheld device for years now, and now it's finally happening: The BlackBerry wireless platform is coming to Malaysia.

With it, professionals on the move can have their e-mail forwarded to them automatically, keeping them in the corporate loop.

This innovative solution, also known as “push e-mail,” is being jointly brought to Malaysians by Canadian wireless solution provider Research In Motion Ltd (RIM) and Maxis Communication Bhd.

The two companies last Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding that will by year-end give Maxis Mobile customers access to push e-mail, corporate data, Internet access and SMS (short message service) over Maxis' GSM and GPRS (general packet radio service) network.

The Waterloo, Ontario-based RIM ( said that it had been working with Maxis for the past nine months to bring its award-winning Blackberry wireless platform to Malaysia.
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