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Monday, November 25, 2013

Doro chooses Red Bend Software for its over-the-air smartphone updates

Swedish company Doro AB, which produces easy-to-use mobile phones for older consumers, has chosen Red Bend Software to deliver firmware over-the-air (FOTA) updates for its smartphones.

This means that customers who have the Android-powered Doro Liberto 810 - and those who buy Android smartphones from Doro in the future - will receive new versions of Android on their device in a quick, safe and easy way.

Thomas Bergdahl, VP for Product Development at Doro, said “Doro is a pioneer in the mobile industry. We created the easy smartphone market and working with Red Bend will help us to facilitate the expansion of our value add service-led propositions. There is a clear future opportunity here for remotely managed lifestyle and support services. Again we have opened up a new market opportunity for operators, resellers and service providers.”

More than 80 handset manufacturers and mobile operators currently use Red Bend to manage more than 1.75 billion mobile phones, tablets and other connected devices.

We spoke to Tim Berry of Doro in our podcast from Mobile World Congress 2013. You can listen to the interview via the built-in audio player on our website or by downloading the MP3 file.



In addition, we talked to Richard Kinder of Red Band in May 2010. You can also hear that via the website audio player or by downloading the MP3.

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