Added Value for Blackberry Users & Network supported by Blackberry

Added Value for Blackberry Users :

Operating System
RIM’s operating system provides a multi-task (multi-tasking operating system – OS) for Blackberry that allows the use of an intense than a tool. OS provides support for MIDP 1.0 and WAP 1.2. Previous versions allowed wireless synchronization via e-mail and calendar Microsoft Exchange Server, and also e-mail Lotus Domino. While the latest OS 4 is a complement of MIDP 2.0, and allows complete wireless activation and synchronization with e-mail, calendar, task list, notes and phone books, as well as additional support for Novell Groupwise and Lotus Notes.

BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS)
The software is designed for personal users allows you to integrate 10 smartphone with e-mail account based Post Office Protocol (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), receive and send instant messages and surf the Internet. With the BIS, we are also able to open additional data (attachment) in the form of excel, word, powerpoint, pdf, zip, jpg, gif with the level of high data compression.

Enterprise System (BES)
BES can be used by e-mail network-based Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino and Novell GroupWise. Specifically on individual users, they can use e-mail service provided by wireless providers without having to install BES. The individual user can use the BlackBerry Internet Solution without having to install BES on their smartphone. BES is intended for corporate customers with a large business scope. This software integrates all BlackBerry smartphones to an organization with a system of existing firms. The profit is to expand wireless communications and corporate data to the active users in a safe manner.

BlackBerry Professional Software (BPS)
BPS is a wireless communications and collaboration solutions for small and medium businesses. He presents the various features required of employees, in a package that is easy to install and cheaper prices.

BlackBerry Mobile Data System (BlackBerry MDS)
an optimization application development framework for the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution, provides you a development tool to build, distribute, and regulate the interaction between BlackBerry smartphones and enterprise applications.

BlackBerry smartphone can operate on different cellular networks follows, namely:

CDMA2000 1X Ev-DO
CDMA2000 1X network allows us to maintain a wireless network connection for data services. This network of support services for high-speed data, designed for data communications in a wide area and offers high-quality voice services. Support by Ev-DO (Evolution Data Optimized or Evolution Data Optimization)

GSM,GPRS,EDGE,UMTS enables us to maintain a virtual connection with a wireless network for data services. GPRS (General Packet Radio Service), EDGE (Enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution) and UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) is a packet network that can be used interchangeably, is designed for data communications on a wide area. while the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) provides high-quality voice services. UMTS, or commonly known as 3GSM, providing synchronization functionality of voice and data, providing support for the transfer of data at high speed.

Wireless Local Area Networks
Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) operating at a frequency that does not have permission and are usually used to divert corporate network congestion in the air. This is necessary to minimize the need for a traditional LAN network. WLAN is designed with the aim that IT departments can manage their own wireless networks, enabling mobility within the organization for the facilities designated for employees of the company. With Voice over IP (VoIP), WLANs are now

Smartphone that uses Wi-Fi network only allows users to access the Internet in places that are within Wi-Fi network. Areas that are in Wi-Fi coverage is usually referred to as Hotspots. Hotspot can be a commercial area such as cafes and restaurants, public facilities such as hospitals and schools, as well as private areas such as home. Presence of a new network such as UMA (Unlicensed Mobile Access), or can be called GAN (Generic Access Network), provides data transfer services (GSM / GPRS / EDGE) over unlicensed networks such as Wi-Fi. This allows the smartphone with Wi-Fi networks to make phone calls via the GSM network Wi-Fi networks. 
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