December 24th, 2009
FreeBit's ServersMan, World's First Cloud Storage in your Pocket, Now on Android Market
ServersMan@Android 2.0β Allows Sharing and Publishing Data Directly from Android Phones via Internet
TOKYO, JAPAN--December 24th, 2009 -- FreeBit™ Co., Ltd. (TOKYO: 3843) today announced ServersMan(R)@Android 2.0β, a new cloud storage application for Android phones. The app is now available for downloading free of charge on Android Market.
ServersMan@Android 2.0β enables users to share and publish data in Android phones via the Internet, accessing the data in the phones directly via Web browsers.
ServersMan works by delivering a “cloud server in your pocket” as Android can run applications in the background.
ServersMan@ Android 2.0β is available in four languages: English, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean.
The primary functions are as follows.
- Connect to Android phones without cables---accessible through a browser or WebDAV
ServersMan offers an easy way to save files from a phone to a PC and vice versa. Users who log on to the application in the phone get instant access to the phone's files on serversman.com. There is no need for any cables when transferring data. ServersMan also supports WebDAV.
- Publishes web pages from your Android phone; mash-ups also available
With an Android phone you can manage your personal website. Just upload your HTML, pictures, etc. to the ServersMan public_html folder and turn on Web publish. Users can also mash-up GPS data and Google Maps on ServersMan and publish them as a web site.
- Videos, Pictures, Record and publish them with ServersMan
ServersMan allows you to publish recordings of videos, and pictures directly from Android phones to the Internet.
- Enjoy photos with a slide show
Save as many photos as you have into the ServersMan picture folder and enjoy a photo slide show.
- Easy access to any network---Wi-Fi or 3G
FreeBit’s gateway service, “SuperNode”*automatically switches between Wi-Fi and 3G .
Once a user installs ServersMan and completes an easy registration process, FreeBit assigns the Android phone an IPv6 global address. Any type of connection is acceptable because of SuperNode.
Freebit is focusing on the development of affordable consumer electronics to leverage benefits resulting from the integration of ServersMan and Android devices.
* SuperNode is ServersMan’s gateway to a Virtual IPv6 network.
Secure communication is established in the network, supported by FreeBit’s unique technology.
FreeBit is an Internet technology company. FreeBit provides its unique technologies to many consumer electronics companies, including Sony, and to as much as 80% of Japan’s ISPs. Nobuyuki Idei, the former chairman of Sony Corp., is a director of the company, and Sony is the third largest shareholder of FreeBit as well as they have been longtime partners, utilizing FreeBit’s original technologies.
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We expect this action will have minor impact on operating results in the fiscal year ending April 2010.