Current licensees of T9 Text Input include Nokia, Motorola, Ericsson, Samsung, Siemens, Acer, Amstrad, Arima, Benefon, Denso Wireless Systems America, Fujitsu, Giga Telecom, Hyundai Electronics, Kyocera Wireless, LG Electronics, MagCom
, Maxon Telecom, Mitsubishi, NEC, Optimay, Panasonic, Pantech, Philips, Sagem, Sanyo, Sendo, Sewon, Shintom, Sony, Standard Telecom, Sym Systems, Telit, Toshiba, WorldM and Voxson.
announced today it has licensed its T9(R) Text input software to Norway-based handset manufacturer, MagCom.
With the agreement, MagCom will incorporate T9 Text Input software for Danish, English, Norwegian and Swedish into its mobile phones to enable easy text entry.
Licensing T9 Text Input gives us the ability to incorporate the industry's leading text entry solution into our next generation of wireless phones," said Lars Oberg, CEO of MagCom.
We are excited to work with MagCom to integrate T9 Text Input into their high-end handsets," said Per Lauridsen, Director of Business Development in Europe for Tegic Communications.
In addition to MagCom, current licensees of T9 Text Input include Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola, Siemens, Acer, Amstrad, Arima, Benefon, Bosch, Denso Wireless Systems America, Fujitsu, Hyundai Electronics, LG Electronics, Maxon Telecom, Memory Corporation, Mitsubishi, NEC, NeoPoint, Optimay, Panasonic, Pantech, Philips, Qualcomm, Sagem, Samsung, Sanyo, Sendo, Sewon, Shintom, Sony, Telit, Toshiba and Voxson.
MagCom is the world's first smartphone, incorporating Internet and PDA functionality, wrapped into a magnesium handset.
The MagCom handset is designed for one hand control and is delivered with one of the fastest mobile Internet browsers (developed by MagCom), alternately displaying WAP and HTML pages on one of the largest displays available on the market.