Mobile value-added service firm CDC Mobile has entered into an agreement with Nokia to pre- install CDC Mobile's proprietary software in selected Nokia cell phones sold in China.
A business unit of CDC Corporation (CHINA), CDC Mobile's proprietary software application provides mobile subscribers with easy access to a broad portfolio of services, including mobile games, ring tones, news, and weather forecasts. Although CDC Mobile's software application is not required to access CDC Mobile's services, the company says it has been downloaded by millions of mobile subscribers to experience or subscribe to the company's services.
"We are proud to be selected as a strategic partner by Nokia." said Peter Yip, CEO of CDC Corporation. "Our selection by the world's largest cell phone maker will significantly improve CDC Mobile's competitive edge in the consolidating SP (Service Provider) industry and moreover, it will further enhance our image as a trusted mobile value-added services provider. Leveraging our technical expertise and deep experience in delivering highly demanded mobile entertainment, we are well positioned as one of the leading players in the new era of the Service Provider industry."
CDC says after an extensive selection process, Nokia chose CDC Mobile's MVAS software, with selected functions as a complete, pre-installed mobile application.