SEVEN Networks' New Open Channel Smartphone Data Optimization Technology Highlights Company's Mobile World Congress Activities

By Seven, PRNE
Tuesday, February 8, 2011

REDWOOD CITY, California, February 9, 2011 - SEVEN(R) Networks, a provider of Real Life, Real Time(TM) mobile
solutions (, today announced that its presence at Mobile
World Congress ( (Booth AV31) will be
highlighted by the first public demonstration of its Open Channel(TM)
breakthrough mobile traffic optimization solution, which reduces the
signaling and data consumption of smartphones and other mobile devices by up
to 70 percent.

CTO Michael Luna will speak on the "Network Breaking Point" panel on
Tuesday, Feb. 15 from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. in Hall 5, Room 6, where he will
discuss issues surrounding network congestion and the signaling and capacity
crunch that has resulted from the explosion of smartphones and other mobile
device use.

Other activities include a preview of Ping(R), a new Android app that
takes SEVEN Mobile Applications and other mobile messaging tools to a new
level of usability and convenience that is specifically designed for a Real
Life, Real Time mobile experience.


Founded in 2000, SEVEN Networks helps carriers and handset manufacturers
deliver a Real Life, Real Time(TM) mobile experience through its push-based
software platform and applications that deliver data to devices in a way that
is network efficient. Its SEVEN Open Channel(TM) is a breakthrough mobile
traffic optimization software solution that cuts the data consumption of
smartphones and mobile devices by up to 70 percent. SEVEN's flagship
application, push email, and its underlying platform are in production in 14
languages across the five continents, and support more than 800 device models
across eight operating systems. More information is at

Isabelle Dumont, Senior Director, Marketing, SEVEN Networks, +1-650-799-7542, idumont at; David Rodewald, The David James Agency, SEVEN Networks, +1-805-494-9508, seven at

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