SMITH MICRO SOFTWARE INC
Sector: Application Software
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Smith Micro Software, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the development and marketing of wireless communication software products and services. It manufactures, markets, and sells wireless connectivity products to the original equipment manufacturers market, primarily wireless service providers and mobile phone manufacturers, as well as to consumer. The company offers software products primarily for Windows XP, Windows 2000, WindowsME, Windows 98, Windows CE, pocket PC, Mac, Palm, and Unix and Linux operating systems. Its products include QuickLink Mobile, which turns data capable wireless phones into wireless modems; QuickLink Mobile Phonebook that enables users to be able to edit wireless phonebooks on a PC computer and copy, email, or PIM databases to the phone; and FAXstf X and FAXstf X Pro, which enables users to exchange faxes and data files with remote modems, fax/modems, and fax machines on the Mac OS X operating environment. The company's products also comprise HotFax MessageCenter and HotFax, an integrated voice, fax, and data communication software program that enables users to receive voice mail and exchange faxes and data files with remote modems, fax/modems, and fax machines; WebDNA that provides the tools necessary to develop a Web site or an e-business site supporting Windows, Mac, Unix, and Linux; and CheckIt Utilities, which provides end-users the hardware information they need to evaluate, fine-tune, and manage their systems. Smith Micro Software also sells eBusiness and utility software and professional consulting services related to eBusiness applications. The company was co-founded by William W. Smith. Smith Micro Software was incorporated in 1983 and is headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California.