Mobile Devices

February 22, 2013

Dashwire Relaunches to Help Mobile Operators Simplify the Smartphone Experience, Dashwire is Re-launched

Dashwire has been re-launched in an effort to offer mobile operators software solutions designed to simplify the smartphone user experience.

Dashwire is one of HTC Corporation’s exclusively owned subsidiaries. Dashwire was founded in 2006 by Ford Davidson. It has developed a mobile phone back-up service that allows users to easily sync contacts, photos, text messages and other content to the Internet. In 2011 they were acquired by HTC Corporation and run as a separate independent subsidiary.  

HTC was founded in 1997. It is a maker of mobile devices which include smartphones and tablets powered by HTC Sense. It’s a multi-layered graphical user interface that, as they say, vastly improves the user experience.

According to Fred Liu, president of engineering and operations at HTC, "Dashwire has proven its ability to deliver innovative software solutions on a large scale. We look forward to supporting Dashwire's efforts to implement their charter with operator and OEM partners worldwide, which we believe will ultimately benefit the entire mobile device ecosystem, including HTC and our shareholders."

Dashwire CEO Peter Polson added, "We're not simply selling software, we're re-launching as an initiative to build a movement, making smartphones more accessible and useful for millions - if not billions - of people."

As stated in Dashwire’s charter, its goal is to deliver software that helps people live harmoniously with smartphones and other mobile devices from getting started through the life of their device. Dashwire works with mobile operators, retailers and device manufacturers to provide a positive user experience that is consistent and eventually, reassuringly familiar for users.

Dashwire has been working with operators in the U.S. and Europe. It is now beginning to grow and expand its global portfolio at Mobile World Congress and hopefully beyond.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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