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[March 06, 2009]
'T-Systems CEO slams Windows Mobile, calls Android the future'
(DMeurope Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) The CEO of Deutsche Telekom's large businesses division T-Systems has criticised Windows Mobile and called its competitor Android from Google as the future mobile phone operating system standard, according to German news reports citing CEO Reinhard Clemens during a company meeting at this year's Cebit. He said that Android is the first OS that enables develop software for all mobile phones without the need for additional changes per specific handset. Clemens also said that T-Systems revenues are expected to grow by 3 percent during this year, while the EBIT margin is expected to grow to between 5 and 10 percent until 2011. At the same time, Clemens sees a trend that companies are not investing in IT projects due to the economic downturn, while IT outsourcing is booming as companies expect massive costs reduction from that.
(Distributed for DMeurope.com via M2 Communications Ltd (www.m2.com)) Copyright ? 2009 M2 Communications Ltd.
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