Comcast launching Web-based communications hub

Mon, 05/07/2007 - 12:54pm
Traci Patterson

Comcast Corp. expects to launch the SmartZone center, which will give its customers free access to communications tools via a fully integrated, Web-based communications center.

Customers can use the central location to send and receive e-mail, check voicemails online, send instant messages and manage a smart address book.

Comcast is partnering with Hewlett-Packard (HP), Plaxo-creator of the smart address book-and Zimbra, a provider of open-source messaging and collaboration software. The center will also incorporate Bizanga's e-mail anti-abuse system, Cloudmark's e-mail anti-spam and anti-phishing tools, and Trend Micro's anti-virus software, the company said.

The service, scheduled to rollout later this year, will be available via


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