Microsoft Japan and NTT DOCOMO today signed a collaborative effort to bring LTE support in Windows 8 devices targeting corporate customers.
TOKYO, JAPAN, November 1, 2012 —Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd. and NTT DOCOMO, INC., Japan’s leading mobile operator and provider of integrated services centered on mobility, announced today they have agreed on a cooperative business relationship to combine Windows 8 tablet devices and DOCOMO’s extra-high-speed LTE mobile service, Xi™ (read “crossy”), for corporate users in Japan.
Aiming to offer business-ecosystem tablets that meet the diverse needs of corporate users, the cooperative relationship between Microsoft Japan and DOCOMO will be supported by partner companies on both sides. Companies such as device manufacturers and system venders will assist in a broad collaborative effort to develop advanced mobile solutions that leverage the speed and power of DOCOMO’s LTE network and the abundant Windows resources available in the corporate world today.
The collaboration also will encompass joint marketing and sales to corporations.
Tablet devices are being used increasingly in the corporate world to raise the efficiency and value offerings of sales activities. DOCOMO’s Xi LTE service enables corporations to use tablets with enhanced flexibility and diversity, while the new Windows 8 operating system realizes permanent connection to wireless networks and enhanced mobile experiences using the touchscreens of tablets from various manufacturers.
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