D2 Technologies Showcases its mCUE™ Communications Interface on HTC’s G1™ Android Smartphone

D2 Demos mCUE™ Software for Multi-Service Mobile Unified Communications Functionality
at Mobile World Congress.


BARCELONA, SPAIN (Mobile World Congress 2009) and SANTA BARBARA, CA – February 16, 2009 — D2 Technologies, the market leader in embedded IP communications software platforms, today announced that it is holding private demonstrations of its mCUE™ converged communications client for mobile devices and handsets on the HTC G1™ at Mobile World Congress, being held in Barcelona, Spain through February 19.  D2’s mCUE on the HTC G1, the first commercial smartphone running on the Android mobile operating system from Google, shows how OEMs can more rapidly develop Android-based devices that include premium multi-service unified communications capabilities and that deliver interoperability with enterprise communications systems and IMS-based service provider networks.  Through D2’s mCUE converged presence-based communications user interface (CUI), new mobile devices that integrate all session types including cellular voice call, VoIP, IM, SMS and email messaging can more quickly be introduced to market.

Mobile World Congress attendees interested in arranging a private demonstration of mCUE on the HTC G1 should contact D2 directly at marketing@d2tech.com

 “mCUE gives developers a complete turnkey solution for developing multi-mode mobile communication devices based on Android, one of today’s hottest operating systems,” said Doug Makishima, vice president of marketing and sales at D2 Technologies. “By demonstrating mCUE on the HTC G1, recently selected by Time Magazine as its 2008 Gadget of the Year, we can clearly show customers how it is faster, easier and more affordable for OEMs and service providers to create new, converged, unified communications devices to meet consumer demand.”

D2’s mCUE pairs an innovative, patent-pending communications user interface with the company’s vPort MP VoIP software platform to address the needs of OEMs and service providers delivering integrated UC and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) functionality. mCUE provides a complete embedded software framework for multi-mode mobile devices for enterprise, carrier and consumer use, such as dual-mode Wi-Fi enabled smartphones, WiMAX and Wi-Fi enabled MIDs and home communications hubs.

Mobile devices with mCUE provide users with advanced presence-based and push-to-x control of cellular and VoIP calls, PBX feature activation, IM, email, SMS and other features typically only available on PC-based unified communications soft clients. Its revolutionary user interface, built on top of a multi-identity, multi-session, multi-protocol engine, enables flexible interoperability with multiple communications services such as enterprise IP PBXs and UC systems, and commercial VoIM services like Google Talk, Yahoo!, MSN, AIM, and others.  It is highly adaptable to any network deployment scenario for Enterprise UC/FMC services or consumer-oriented converged communications services offered by IMS, pre-IMS or legacy service provider networks.

Developed by the Open Handset Alliance, the Android platform is a Linux-based software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications.

About D2 Technologies

D2 delivers proven communication software products – from embedded IP communications software and protocols to converged user interfaces – that enable rich, universal communication in any class of device or equipment.   The company’s software provides the industry’s only platform for merging any communication network, protocol or service to deliver a unified, seamlessly connected experience.  D2 is also the VoIP software market leader, embedded in a wide variety of different devices that process billions of minutes per month. To learn more about how D2 is enabling a world of unified communications, go to www.D2tech.com

mCUE is a trademark of D2 Technologies Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.