Kalador delivers mobile phone entertainment to Telecom New Zealand subscribers
Vancouver, B.C., July 15, 2002 – Kalador Entertainment Inc., a leading wireless entertainment company, today announced the launch of their games and entertainment services over Telecom New Zealand’s mobile phone network.
Kalador Entertainment Inc. brings interactive, multiplayer, networked games and entertainment content to mobile phones. Combining the power of the Internet with mobile telephony and entertainment software, Kalador provides a turnkey wireless games and entertainment solution to its customers, including mobile operators and game portals. Kalador’s carrier-class game server and wide portfolio of games and entertainment content delivers true Play AnywhereTM service.
"Games have proven to be one of the big successes of Telecom's CDMA mobile service,” said Miki Szikszai, Manager, Wireless Data, Telecom New Zealand. “With our new fast data 1XRTT enhancement we expect even greater demand for the more interactive entertainment in which Kalador specialises."
“We are delighted to be working with Telecom New Zealand,” said Steve Hards, VP Business Development at Kalador Entertainment. “In partnership with leading mobile operators, our Play AnywhereTM mobile entertainment has become a truly global service. We welcome the many new users from New Zealand and look forward to entertaining them!”
About Kalador Entertainment:
Kalador Entertainment Inc. (www.kalador.com) delivers multiplayer games and entertainment to Internet-enabled mobile phones and wireless devices. Kalador’s Play AnywhereTM technology is deployed over carrier networks across North America, Europe, and Asia, generating millions of page views of network traffic. Kalador is committed to working with industry partners to be the world leader in the provision of mobile games and entertainment. Kalador is a private company established in August 2000 with offices in Canada, the United States, and Sweden.
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