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February 22, 2010

Tjat to Display its Mobile Messaging Widgets on Plaza Mobile Internet

By Raju Shanbhag, TMCnet Contributor

As the mobile messaging and chatting picks up with today’s customers, companies are competing with each other to provide them with a seamless and advanced mobile messaging experience. Mobile messaging widgets play a huge role in offering this service.

Tjat Systems, a provider of mobile access to Web messaging services, announced it will be showcase its mobile messaging widgets on Plaza Mobile Internet in the Qualcomm (News - Alert) booth.
According to Tjat, the company has created the first interactive, rich Mobile Messaging widget, which enables access to all of Tjat’s Messaging Services like instant messaging, e-mail and WEB 2.0 Social networks for all subscribers. The new user experience includes sound and vibration notifications and fully animated emoticons.
With the help of open Web standards and tools, Plaza Mobile Internet enables publishers and developers, such as Tjat, to develop widgets quickly and easily. The widgets make use of the rich Web experience that Plaza Mobile Internet enables, highlighting the great depth of capabilities possible from within a widget.
“Tjat shares Qualcomm’s vision of giving consumers a simple way to mobilize their online activities with the best user experience possible. In developing our widgets for Plaza Mobile Internet, we get great support from Qualcomm, making the development process run very smoothly. Qualcomm’s Plaza Mobile Internet tools are a great facilitator and a channel to market for us,” Dr. Oleg Golobrodsky, executive vice president of Tjat Systems, said.
In Novermber 2007, the company partnered with COMNEON, a supplier of protocol stack software for mobile communications, to demonstrate seamless IMS/ SIP access to Web-based instant messaging communities such as ICQ and MSN. Software from COMNEON (News - Alert) is licensed to a broad array of customers, which include large as well as small semiconductor companies, and established network operators. 

Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Amy Tierney

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