Nero's MobileSync technology platform is an essential feature of
Dell's new SyncUP solution, which will allow users to sync their
multimedia and contact information between systems, their Dell mobile
devices and the cloud.
SyncUP offers users a number of features, including the ability to automatically sync media between connected PCs and mobile handsets
through a home Wi-Fi network and back-up Outlook contacts or a
phone's personal address book, while keeping personal and
professional addresses separate. It also offers the ability to easily
offload photos and videos from a phone to the cloud to free up
Through SyncUP, Dell users will be able to download and share
pictures across platforms, regardless of whether the files live on
their computer, phone or on Internet portals like Facebook or Flickr.
Movies and music can also be streamed to different devices through
Nero's multimedia engine. For the mobile professional, documents and
files can be synced across different devices, regardless of their
location. Android smartphone users who lost or damaged their handset
will also be able to restore their personal information and content
from the cloud.
A Nero-powered SyncUP software application is available immediately
for both Windows PCs and Mac OS X from www.dell.com. It will also
come pre-loaded on all of Dell's consumer PCs shipping worldwide in
2011. The application triggers synchronisation between a mobile
device and computer when a connection is established via USB or via
Wi-Fi as soon as a user enters their home network.
Nero has also developed a Dell Syncmobile app that will come
pre-loaded on Dell's Android-powered handset and tablets (running
Android 2.2 or later). Current Dell Streak owners can already
download the Dell Sync app from the Android Market.
At the end of Q1 2011, the SyncUP solution will enable users to sync
their PC and smartphone's multimedia content and PIM contacts with a
cloud-based subscription service, which will be powered by Nero.
Multiple PCs and handheld devices can be configured to work with a
SyncUP Online account, which will closely monitor changes on all
registered PCs and mobile devices. In addition to being able to sync
and transfer content to and through these cloud services, consumers
will also be able to sync content between multiple PCs on the home
network or via the Internet by connecting them to the cloud storage