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Getting really mobile by: Leslie Bunder
FILED UNDER SOMETHINGISRAELI >> Technology

Adamind
Adamind

How many times have you been annoyed when someone sends you something on your mobile, but it just doesn't seem to be able to be accessed? 

It may well be that the sender is using a network or service that hasn't been supported by an Israeli company that is making it easier than ever to get content sent across mobiles and to be received regardless of where it came from.

With the slogan, Any Media, Any Network, Any device, Adamind which has its research and development based in Raanana has been signing up networks and content owners at a rapid pace for its MediaSpire which enables them to get their content delivered.

Since forming through a merger between two transcoding companies Emblaze Transcoding and Philips MP4NET, it now has over 100 clients across the world from the USA to Asia and from Europe to Latin America and is poised to take advantage of the growth in using mobiles for accessing content.

Its technology platform allows images, text, ringtones, audio and video to be received across all types of mobile devices which allows operators to maximise their own opportunities.

In 2005, the company floated on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange which has helped to accelerate its growth.

Recent wins for the company include offering its services to music company Universal and Taiwan telecoms company Taiwan Mobile.

For more information: www.adamind.com



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