NMT-New Mobile Technologies

November 17-19, 2014
New Mobile Technologies LLC presented its innovative technology UbiqMobile for mobile development at Slush startups conference in Helsinki
UbiqMobile, a framework for cross-platform development of distributed mobile     business applications, was presented at Slush in Helsinki.
The most attention of the audience was attracted by two basic features of UbiqMobile framework: concentration of business logic of UbiqMobile applications on server side and special optimization of the technology for stable work in real conditions of not-so-perfect mobile networks. Even in Europe there are many areas where problem of slow and unstable mobile connections is still actual.
Development companies were interested in UbiqMobile SDK as the rich set of development tools (architectural designer, visual UI designer, client emulator tec.)
Many of the serious mobile phone producers, including Samsung and Huawei representatives noticed ability of low-end budget phones support (e.g.cheap models of Android smartphones and even Java phones), guaranteed by technology.
New Mobile Technologies LLC considered its participation in the conference as a serious step forward in the process of commercialization UbiqMobile technology in European market.
 

New Mobile Technologies, the company which was founded to develop innovative new technologies for creation of mobile business apps, such as UbiqMobile - a framework for cross-platform  development of distributed mobile applications with complex server-side  business logic, which can work on wide range of mobile devices, in slow and unstable mobile networks.

Slush conference is the focal point for Eurasian startups and technology talent to meet with top-tier international investors, executives and media. The two-day event takes place every fall in the wintery Scandinavia amidst one the most dynamic tech ecosystems in the world. Slush 2014 takes place on November 18-19th in Helsinki with more than 10.000 attendees expected.


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