Nokia and Loudeye today announced a multi-year agreement to develop an advanced wireless digital music platform for mobile operators and their subscribers worldwide.
This agreement includes a
multi-million dollar commitment to Loudeye for development fees and defines a
global collaboration framework between the companies. Additional details
regarding the collaboration, as well as the platform and its availability,
will be announced at a later date.
"This agreement with Nokia represents a significant strategic opportunity
for Loudeye to work with the leading mobile communications company in the
world to develop an advanced wireless music platform," said Jeff Cavins,
Loudeye's president and chief executive officer. "We are very excited about
our relationship with Nokia and look forward to sharing more details in the
Nokia and Loudeye to develop wireless digital music platform
Posted on Monday, August 09 2004 @ 19:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck