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EMS

abbreviation for EUROPEAN MONETARY SYSTEM.
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These clients will then be able to act as a bridge between content providers and millions of end-user customers who desire comprehensive and versatile MMS services.
Apart from assessing the growth drivers and major challenges in the MMS domain, the study examines the key strategies put in place by major infrastructure and device providers, such as Logica, Nokia and Ericsson, as well as network operators, such as Vodafone, Sprint Nextel and NTT DoCoMo.
Our multimedia services such as personalized entertainment and information delivered via MMS continue to be extremely popular.
This report exactly concerns MMS SP marketing strategy for every market development stage and will be helpful for MMS markets positive development.
Along with the MMS mobile phones' penetration and the promotion of user recognition, the registered MMS users will keep increasing rapidly in 2005.
With more than 70 mobile operators in over 40 countries already commercially available from the Aicent MMS hub and more on the way, we look forward to assisting Cingular in expanding their MMS international coverage.
Aicent is proud to partner with Telenor Mobil in Europe's top MMS market," said Lynn Liu, President and CEO of Aicent.
Aicent MMS Gateway Service, one of the world's first MMS interworking services, has provided mobile operators with a high quality and cost-effective way to rapidly establish commercial MMS delivery and termination capabilities since 2003.
We were the first mobile operator to bring the benefits of Aicent's MMS hub and MMS-VD service to our broad customer base," commented Ove Fredheim, CEO of Pannon GSM Telecommunications Ltd.
MMS viruses are comparable to the more familiar mass mailing PC viruses.
MMS operates five offices across the United Kingdom and employs more than 500, of which 300 are lawyers.
These include the short message service ("SMS"), MMS, games and other content services.