Microsoft Announces Windows Mobile, A Strategic Addition to the Windows Brand Family: "Microsoft Corp. today announced Windows Mobile (TM) , a new global brand for Microsoft® software for mobile devices such as Pocket PCs and Smartphones. The launch of Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PCs kicks off the new Windows Mobile brand, which extends the Windows® brand to the full range of mobile devices. The new Windows Mobile brand helps customers more readily understand and identify the software inside Pocket PCs and Smartphones and the consistent experience they can expect. The brand also reflects Microsoft's commitment to the mobile space in bringing its software for mobile devices into the Windows brand family."
Microsoft's Windows brands now include these:
Windows XP. Microsoft's most advanced desktop operating system, Windows XP is at the center of ongoing personal computing innovation. With Windows XP, home users can experience the digital world as never before, while business users can work smarter and faster. Specialized editions include Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition and Windows XP Media Center Edition. More information can be found at the Microsoft Windows XP Web site.
Windows Server 2003. Windows Server (TM) 2003 includes all the functionality, such as enhancements in security, reliability, availability and scalability, that customers need in a Windows Server operating system to do more with less. In addition, Microsoft has improved and extended the Windows Server operating systems to incorporate the benefits of Microsoft .NET for connecting information, people, systems and devices. More information can be found at the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Web site.
Windows Mobile. Windows Mobile software, including Pocket PC and Smartphone, seeks to enable intelligent communications: not just connecting devices, but connecting people and their data so they can get things done. Windows Mobile solutions reduce the complexity and constraints that hobble the flow of personal and business communications, helping individuals and organizations achieve their productivity goals. More information can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/."