Top broadband service provider Clearwire is teaming up with Google to provide popular Google Apps communication to Clearwire customers. In the first half of the year, Clearwire customers will be migrated into Gmail and Google Calendar as well as access to Gtalk.
Scott Richardson, Clearwire’s chief strategy officer said that the agreement would further the company’s commitment to deliver useful internet services to its customers.
“Both companies are built on the foundation of providing a simple to use, rich and open internet experience and we believe the addition of these communications tools will be a tremendous benefit to Clearwire’s customers,” says Richardson.
Dave Girouard, VP and GM of Google Enterprise said that they are pleased to offer Google’s search and communication tools to Clearwire’s customers.
“Our companies share a vision of giving consumers innovative choices that will the change the way they interact with each other,” say Girouard.
Looks like there’s no stopping Google in conquering other avenues where it can spread its might and power with the use of its powerful applications and tools. While Microsoft is making its presence felt in the most obscure market for a major internet player, the big G is moving towards a an industry which Microsoft and Yahoo would not be keen to enter into.
After collaborating with Apple and now Clearwire, we could only wonder where Google is heading to next. Again, let me ask you, do you have any idea?