Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, a leading manufacturer of mobile multimedia products, is licensing the Stellent Outside In Technology for use in its P800 smartphone.
Based on the open Symbian 7.0 platform, the P800 was launched last month as an advanced, open, pen-based smartphone positioned as the ultimate mobile multimedia experience.
The P800, a feature rich Symbian OS v7.0 phone, features a large color touch-screen, a built in camera and a multimode browser, making it ideal for capturing, showing, and sending images, says the company.
The technology will enable users of Sony Ericsson's smart phone to display more than 70 file formats created in standard
business applications directly on their mobile phones, without requiring access the native application.
Users will be able to open and obtain high-fidelity views of email attachments and other business content such as Microsoft Office documents and Adobe PDF files.
The idea behind Outside In Technology, according to Stellent, is that Device manufacturers package a complete application with their device or use a software developer kit (SDK) to integrate file viewing in a custom application.
Both the SDK and application are Unicode-enabled and available in multiple languages.
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