Guildford, UK – 11th April 2005: Volantis, the world’s leading supplier of Intelligent Content Adaptation solutions and services for the next generation Internet, today announced the appointment of Matthew Harris as Chief Executive Officer.
Harris joins Volantis from US-based Metrowerks, creators of CodeWarrior embedded software development tools, where he was President and CEO and led a major restructuring of the organization. Metrowerks is an independently operating subsidiary of Freescale Semiconductor Inc., which was part of Motorola until 2004. Previous to Metrowerks, Harris was President and CEO of Lineo Inc., was a founding partner of the Summit Law Group, practiced law in San Francisco and Seattle and worked as a software engineer at Electronic Data Systems.
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Volantis (www.volantis.com) is the world’s leading supplier of Intelligent Content Adaptation solutions and services for the next generation Internet. It has leading content provider, mobile network operator and enterprise brands as customers, its technology is used in solutions from some of the world’s biggest IT suppliers, and it leads key industry standards bodies.
With Volantis, intelligence about thousands of access devices, operator networks, aggregator/operator portals, content/database management systems, billing systems and location-based services, is used to adapt content in real-time for optimal user experience. Intelligent Content Adaptation reduces the cost and complexity of delivering Internet content and services to any access device, and increases user satisfaction.
Volantis is used around the world by leading brands such as 3, Accenture, Centertel, Cingular, CSC, Discovery, eBay.co.uk, EMAP, FT.com, HP, IBM, lastminute.com, M1, Reuters, Telefonica Moviles, Telecom Italia Mobile, Telenor Mobil and William Hill. Volantis also Chairs the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Device Independence Working Group.
For further information, please contact:
Nelson Bostock Communications
020 7792 7447
Published on: 12:00AM on 11th April 2005