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June 02, 2010
Movial Now Offers End-to-End MeeGo Services for Cross Device and Cross Architecture Development
By Carolyn J Dawson, TMCnet Contributor
Recently, Movial (News - Alert) announced that now it offers end-to-end MeeGo Services for cross device and cross architecture development.
Movial makes use of its domain expertise in Maemo, Moblin and Qt to offer device manufacturers instant and matchless design and integration expertise. This results in fast and easy commercialization of compelling devices and applications on MeeGo.
Also, Movial announced that its versatile Qt WebKit based IXS Browser, multiplatform widget runtime IXS Widgets, and award-winning Movial Communicator applications are available in the newly released MeeGo 1.0. Movial intends to exhibit the applications at Computex on a touch screen netbook.
Some of Movial’s end-to-end MeeGo Services include:
- Graphic acceleration, UI optimization and custom UI design;
- Development and porting of Qt application to MeeGo;
- Development and porting of Qt widgets and custom widget to MeeGo;
- Integration of IMS, RCS clients, VoIP and video calling to MeeGo;
- Addition of new native services to the MeeGo platform;
- Provision of hardware specific problems and porting issue solutions;
- Enablement and certification of Flash 10 on both system-on-chip hardware platforms and end-user devices;
- Integration and optimization of MeeGo/hardware;
- Integration of HW peripherals.
Apart from its incomparable MeeGo services, Movial offers a versatile browser and multiplatform widget runtime and rich communications enabler. This enabler permits OEMs and ODMs to rapidly and economically develop next generation devices on MeeGo. Vendors and operators depend on the company’s strong Android (News - Alert) and Qt Services in order to assist in the growth of ROI, streamline, and speed product development. Movial is an expert in user interface design with a reputation of over 100 successful Maemo, Moblin and Qt projects.
Carolyn John is a Contributor to TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri
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