MCCI MyLynq for Outlook adds a new level of convenience for consumers.
Ithaca, NY (Vocus/PRWEB) March 09, 2011
MCCI Corporation, the world’s leading developer of USB connectivity to the mobile phone and portable device industry, today announced the release of a software tool to synchronize contacts, notes, tasks, and calendar events between mobile phones that use Microsoft Device Services and Windows 7 computers running Microsoft Outlook 2007 and 2010.
The MCCI MyLynq for Outlook software communicates via the Device Services provided natively by Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system. Windows 7 Device Services extend the capabilities of Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) from media file synchronization to non-media information such as contact info, calendar events, notes, and tasks. MTP is standardized by the USB Implementers Forum. MCCI MyLynq is downloadable from the MCCI web site and installs easily on a Windows 7 Personal Computer. Quick Start instructions are on the MyLynq product page.
“MCCI MyLynq for Outlook adds a new level of convenience for consumers,” says Terry Moore, CEO of MCCI. “Windows 7 device services operate invisibly to allow easy, problem free synchronization of personal information data between Outlook and a mobile phone.”
MCCI welcomes inquiries from OEMs that want to brand, localize, or otherwise customize this tool for distribution through their own channel. Contact email@example.com.
MCCI is a leading embedded systems connectivity specialist and developer of USB drivers and firmware for the high volume portable device markets. The company provides firmware and system software, including the PictBridge and MTP middleware solutions for OEM/ODM manufacturers of cell phones, PDAs, and other computer devices. Hundreds of millions of products have been delivered with MCCI technology. MCCI experts are actively involved in worldwide technical standard activities. A privately held corporation, MCCI has its headquarters in Ithaca, USA and support/development offices in Austin, USA, Seoul, Tokyo, and Taipei. For more information please visit: http://www.mcci.com