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Sony Ericsson Adds Kodiak PTT To Feature List

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Aug 23, 2005, 2:36 PM   by (staff)

Sony Ericsson and Kodiak today announced a marketing and distribution agreement that will result in a line of handsets with Kodiak Networks' Push To Talk (PTT) software built in. Sony Ericsson sells handsets to Orange, which already uses Kodiak's PTT technology. This announcement could also fuel rumors that Cingular has selected Kodiak for PTT as Cingular has a number of US exclusive Sony Ericsson handsets. Sony Ericsson did not announced when Kodiak-enabled handsets would be available, however the company has announced a number of phones with generic PTT capabilities.



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Aug 23, 2005, 11:58 PM


i sure hope cingular has more sense than to use SEMC for PTT...they have a track record of making horrible phones (t62u anyone?)...

nokia better be working on something for cingular!
Nokia makes crap. The release the same phone but change the last number on the phone so they can charge you again.

Have you tried the SE 710, p910, k750, w800. All great phones and more on the way...

Aug 24, 2005, 8:17 AM

It's not a Rumor

Cingular has chosen Kodiac for it's ptt feature.
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