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Updated: December 22, 2009 18:13 IST

Tata Teleservices partners with Novatium

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'Photon Plus' data cord launched by Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL). File Photo: S. Siva Saravanan
THE HINDU 'Photon Plus' data cord launched by Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL). File Photo: S. Siva Saravanan

Tata Teleservices Limited, dual technology service provider, on Tuesday launched Nova Navigator powered by Novatium for its ‘Photon Pro’ and ‘Photon Plus’ community in India.

This is for the first time that a cloud computing can now be accessible on mobile broadband device.

The services include comprehensive computing experience with special emphasis on internet, gaming, digital entertainment, online education, telephony and business productivity, Alok Singh and Lloyd Mathias, CEO, Novatium Solution Systems and Chief Marketing Officer Tata Teleservices respectively told a joint press conference here on Tuesday.

Partnering with Novatium Solutions Private Limited will give Tata Teleservices a unique opportunity to expand high speed broadband market with the unique computing services in India through Novatium’s Nova Navigator, they said.

They said Nova Navigator delivers computing experience which is superior in performance, simpler to use, with incredible savings on investment.

Nova Navigator is an “Obsolescence-proof computing service” with all manageability carried out centrally through the server, where the subscriber would automatically get ‘on air’ upgrades totally free of cost from anywhere across the world.

Singh said Nova Navigator is a ‘zero maintenance’ access device and is easy to Plug & Play with the comfort at your home or office. With enhanced features such as 3G support, it has the technical superiority to match up with all software advancements like plug and play printer support, faster browsing and multimedia amongst others, he added.

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