Nottingham firm Esendex set to test new Google technology
Nottingham telecommunications company Esendex has been selected by Google to support its development of a new generation of mobile technology so advanced that most companies using it won’t need mobile apps.
The new messaging system is called Rich Communication Services (RCS). Esendex is one of just a select few companies in Britain to be accepted onto Google’s Early Access Programme to develop RCS.
Esendex chief executive Geoff Love said: “We are extremely excited and humbled to have been accepted on to Google’s EarlyAccess Program. Our team of expert developers are busy working away to create what is set to be Esendex’s most revolutionary product to date; RCS.”