orb3000 · Jan 23, 2012 at 04:30 pm

HTC Partners With IBM

HTC has a new partnership with IBM which they expect will help the company reach its goal of selling 100-million devices per year. The new agreement with IBM will help HTC gain a stronger presence in the enterprise world with the integration of IBM’s smart business applications on HTC devices. Details about the partnership are not clear yet, but David Jaeger, executive director Global Enterprise and Services at HTC said:

It’s only been really relatively recently that HTC has broken into the enterprise space. We’re driving toward that magic 100-million device number globally. We see IBM as the gold standard for an enterprise partnership. We want to make sure if IBM is talking about Android or tablets, HTC is in the conversation.

As we see as a trend in 2012 big companies are making strategic associations with other big players, do you think HTC will gain with this partnership more space on the competitive mobile world?

Tell us what you think by leaving a comment below, thanks for reading.

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