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Soundbuzz joins hands with Coruscant Tec to offer mobile content

27-November-2006
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Soundbuzz joins hands with Coruscant Tec to offer mobile content

Coruscant Tec, a player in mobile content development and aggregation, has teamed up with Soundbuzz, an online and mobile music retailer, to offer images from its database to Soundbuzz partners.

With this partnership, Soundbuzz now has access to Coruscant’s entire databank of images, including Man’s World magazine’s swimsuit collection, photos from Rave magazine, MF Hussain’s paintings, videos and images from the Surabhi Foundation and many more such content.

“We have always believed strongly in providing users eclectic content straying away from the mainstream Bollywood dominated content. We are glad that Soundbuzz sees value in this content and is keen on offering it to their customers,” said Ajay Adiseshann, founder and MD, Coruscant Tec.

Established in 1999, Soundbuzz has stores in 13 markets in Asia and also runs the Soundbuzz Online Music Store in the US.

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