Yahoo! Europe selects Qpass

Wednesday 9 February 2005 09:39 CET | News

Yahoo! Europe has selected Qpass to be its European mobile content delivery partner.

Under the terms of the contract, Qpass will help Yahoo! manage and distribute mobile content for its European websites. The Qpass powered service is already live in the UK and Germany where content management and delivery is being provided by the carrier-class Qpass Content Delivery Platform. Qpass has helped Yahoo! Europe assemble their best in class portfolio of content partners, providing content that includes ringtones, pictures (logos, wallpapers and picture messages), videos, games and alerts. The companies providing content to Yahoo! Europe users through the Qpass software include: Airmotion, Cartoon Network, Digital Bridges, Digital Chocolate, Mobix Interactive, Momac, New Visions, Ojom,, Sharpcards, and WES. Mobile 365 is providing the connectivity for Yahoo!’ Europe’s mobile services. Qpass’ Content Delivery Platform provides a full range of market proven multimedia capabilities including content upload, management, front-end rendering, transcoding, delivery, built in DRM and CRM functionality as well as alerting capabilities. Both device and technology agnostic, the Qpass Content Delivery Platform delivers premium and personal content of any kind in any language and supports mobile phones around the world. Through Qpass software more than 140 million consumers can access services provided by more than 300 connected content providers in 10 countries.

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