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IBM, AT&T Team Up On Mobile Apps

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IBM and AT&T have expanded their relationship to provide software developers with a set of new tools to create and deploy next generation mobile apps.

With adapters that support AT&T’s ecosystem of APIs including those for speech, SMS, device capabilities, notary management and payment, developers can create rich, business-ready apps across a variety of platforms including iOS, Android and Windows.

AT&T has been expanding its network capabilities and increasing access to research from AT&T Labs across a range of mobile development platforms, including IBM Worklight. Part of the IBM MobileFirst Application and Data Platform, IBM Worklight is an open mobile app platform for mobile devices.

The AT&T API Platform, featuring IBM Worklight Adapters, will enable the more than 31,000 members of the AT&T Developer Program to create and deploy enterprise apps. 

Upload: 02-24-13

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