Monday, November 1, 2010

To provide a concrete solution for interception of data sent using Blackberry messenger, a Jaipur -based IT company has claimed to have developed a mobile communication service for all users that will work under the ambit of Indian law.

"The issue that the online usage of BlackBerry phones cannot be monitored by the government will be fully-solved with our service 'Bharat Berry', a country made compliant product designed keeping in consideration with all necessary Indian laws and works with all BlackBerry and other phones," Data Infosys Limited Founder and CEO Ajay Data told PTI

The Bharat Berry software can be purchased online and downloaded from the website. "The service provides advanced push-mail on BlackBerry handsets and ensures that the user remains connected to email, calendar and contacts through the servers hosted in India," said Data.

"It also provides over-the-air (OTA) synchronization of calendar and contacts to outlook, so there will be no need to take backup of attach with the computer," he said, adding that the unique service was developed with months of hard work. Bharat Berry works through a mix of its very advanced email server known as XGeNPlus and open source technologies

The government has given RIM time until end of January 2011 to give its intelligence agencies full access to all Blackberry services, which are currently routed through a server located outside the country.
There are around one million BlackBerry subscribers in India. RIM offers the BlackBerry services in 175 countries across the globe.