Story image

Nokia E7 out now - exclusive to Vodafone

15 Apr 2011

The Nokia E7, "an all-in-one business smartphone” is available exclusively through Vodafone from today in New Zealand for NZ$1299.

The E7 features a tilting 4-inch touchscreen AMOLED display, full QWERTY keyboard and support for business apps from Microsoft and IBM among others.

Nokia New Zealand’s head of sales, Steve Lewis, said, "The smartphone is now the primary business device for many New Zealanders, but business users – like all consumers – don’t just want functionality.

"They expect flexibility, reliability and style. With the Nokia E7’s touchscreen and slide out QWERTY keyboard there’s no need for compromise, and synchronisation with key corporate apps gives users access to critical business information.”

The E7 offers email, calendar, contacts and tasks through Microsoft Exchange servers, as well as Office Communicator Mobile, developed by Microsoft for Nokia smartphones.

Key features:

  • Private and business email along with fast, secure intranet access with the built-in VPN
  • The ability to create, edit and share office documents and view PDF files with Adobe Reader
  • Free, worldwide voice guided navigation with Ovi Maps including built-in guides for tips on travel, restaurants, weather and hotels
  • Access to thousands of apps on Ovi Store including Bloomberg, F-Secure Mobile security, JoikuSpot and Salesforce for Symbian as well as local New Zealand app, Grabaseat
  • HDMI connectivity to project files, videos and images onto large screens
  • Multi-party conference calling to conduct business meetings

Orange Belgium opens 1,000 sqm Antwerp data centre
It consists of more than 500 high-density 52 unit racks, installed on the equivalent of 12 tennis courts.
Time to build tech on the automobile, not the horse and cart
Nutanix’s Jeff Smith believes one of the core problems of businesses struggling to digitally ‘transform’ lies in the infrastructure they use, the data centre.
Cloud providers increasingly jumping into gaming market
Aa number of major cloud service providers are uniquely placed to capitalise on the lucrative cloud gaming market.
Intel building US’s first exascale supercomputer
Intel and the Department of Energy are building potentially the world’s first exascale supercomputer, capable of a quintillion calculations per second.
NVIDIA announces enterprise servers optimised for data science
“The rapid adoption of T4 on the world’s most popular business servers signals the start of a new era in enterprise computing."
Unencrypted Gearbest database leaves over 1.5mil shoppers’ records exposed
Depending on the countries and information requirements, the data could give hackers access to online government portals, banking apps, and health insurance records.
Storage is all the rage, and SmartNICs are the key
Mellanox’s Kevin Deierling shares the results from a new survey that identifies the key role of the network in boosting data centre performance.
Opinion: Moving applications between cloud and data centre
OpsRamp's Bhanu Singh discusses the process of moving legacy systems and applications to the cloud, as well as pitfalls to avoid.