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Tech Mahindra joins Symbian Program

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Bangalore , Aug.10

Tech Mahindra announced that it has joined the Symbian Platinum Program to support the growing market for mobile phones based on Symbian OS.

The Symbian Platinum Program offers a range of commercial services, including technical support and joint marketing opportunities as well as privileged access to Symbian OS source code and a dedicated partner support team.

As a Platinum Partner, Tech Mahindra proposes to utilise the opportunity of developing next generation mobile solutions for its customers in the Telecom ecosystem.

"This partnership will help provide solutions to address the emerging needs of the telecom ecosystem including Symbian, OEMs, software vendors, network operators and Tech Mahindra," said Mr C.P. Gurnani, President, International Operations, Tech Mahindra

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