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Rakuten Mobile to acquire Send Anywhere file transfer service developer Estmob

Monday 25 October 2021 | 11:46 CET | News
Rakuten Mobile has agreed to acquire Estmob, a South Korean peer-to-peer file transfer start-up that created Send Anywhere. According to Rakuten Mobile, this acquisition will establish a research and development presence in South Korea for Rakuten Symphony and leverage Estmob's developer team and existing technology to accelerate product development for Rakuten Symphony's Internet and Ecosystem services. No financial details related to the acquisition have been disclosed.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Rakuten Mobile
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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