Monday, August 30, 2010

Nokia to set up messenger server in India!

Finnish adaptable handset close Nokia today said it will set up its server in India in November this year to attach to the government's aegis concerns, a move that may force BlackBerry to additionally chase it.

"We are ablution the server on November 5 in acquiescence with all the rules and adjustment in the country...It is for hosting mail and ensuring that the government has admission (to the data)," Nokia India Managing Director D Shivakumar told reporters here.

The Indian government has been ambitious greater admission to adaptable and online communications on the aback of civic aegis concerns. Its competitor, Research In Motion (RIM), who are the makers of BlackBerry, are adverse a cease of casework afterwards tomorrow as they do not accept a server hosted in India.

"We met Home Secretary GK Pillai about a ages ago and explained as to what Nokia is doing. He was absolutely satisfied," Shivakumar said.

Nokia had launched a beta adaptation of the messaging account in April 2009 and consumers can use up to 10 email accounts on the move with the service.

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