Flander accelerates development of mobile Linux smartphones Reference design presented at 3GSM in Barcelona

February 8, 2006

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HELSINKI -- The mobile-software testing and development company Flander develops the architecture of mobile Linux smartphones. A unique feature of Flander’s reference design is that it supports several software vendors. The reference model significantly accelerates the development process and time-to-market of mobile Linux smartphones as well as reducing associated costs. The reference design will be presented at 3GSM in Barcelona.

Flander’s extensive experience in the development and testing of wireless solutions ensures full combatibility with different components and provides a delivery quarantee. Flander’s target is to develop a full reference architecture that can be tailored by mobile phone and OEM vendors for a variety of products and product families Flander is now looking for partners in the development of this full reference architecture.

"Our business is growing strongly and we have a solid position in the development and testing of mobile software. Linux is becoming an increasingly important operating system in mobile devices. As an independent service company and pioneer, we wish to support Linux development and testing, “ says Mika Heikinheimo, Flander’s CEO. “We have invested in mobile Linux know-how and our Linux testing is now approaching the level of widely-recognized Symbian know-how.”

”Linux offers unique flexibility and cost efficiency in mobile phone development. Flander’s in-depth expertise in mobile solutions provides an excellent basis for the integration of Linux-based solutions,” says Tomi Kankaanpää, Flander’s CTO. ”Also, our testing unit with its advanced testing-automation solutions quarantees high quality.”

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