It looks like Blackberry developer Research In Motion has made a purchase today: Cellmania, a company that builds and licenses the software that drives many mobile phone stores. According to Cellmania’s website, the company is “now part of Research In Motion.” Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Cellmania’s technology powers mobile ecosystems for mobile operators, infrastructure providers and content owners. The statement on the company’s website says that Cellmania will continue to bring it’s expertise in Application Store Management to the Blackberry platform. So clearly, the company’s technology will be used to boost BlackBerry’s App World.
Cellmania’s mFinder product offered a white label content system with content management, digital rights management, and over-the-air delivery for browseable media, Android, Java, Symbian, MS Smartphone, wallpaper, ringtones, music and video content to mobile phones. The company counts T-Mobile and Sprint as customers.
Cellmania drives mobile ecosystems for mobile operators, infrastructure providers and content owners. Cellmania’s integrated mFinderâ„¢ solution provides infrastructure on either a licensed or hosted basis to allow digital rights management of downloaded content onto mobile phones, subscription billing, time and location based content management and billing integration onto customer bills. Cellmania’s mFinderâ„¢ solution is used as a full end-to-end delivery and ecosystem solution for some of the world’s largest mobile operators. Cellmania also provides the world’s largest repository of...