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Symphony Teleca supports the Tizen Ecosystem

At the Tizen Developer Summit Korea 2013 in Seoul, Symphony Teleca Corporation announced that it will bring its expertise and experience in usability and software into the Tizen world. It will enable developers a better and faster adoption and development of the platform and software in the Tizen ecosystem.
The Tizen Association, working closely with the Linux Foundation, has been formed to guide the industry role of Tizen. That includes the design of requirements, identification and facilitation of service models and also marketing and education. The Tizen open-source operating system is designed for a wide range of devices, from smartphones to automotive in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and almost anything else. To achieve this it needs cross-platform flexibility which can be done by using HTML5 as the main focus for application development. This approach will allow the developers to maintain a single codebase. The Tizen platform also supports web applications (HTML, Javascript, CSS) which provides a lot of different services like the application framework, location, messaging and system services.
The company introduced their next-generation applications for HD video and music featuring social sharing and discovery,all built upon Tizen. Missed it at Seoul> You can take a look again at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas, January 7-10, 2014.
“This is an outstanding opportunity for Symphony Teleca to work with global leaders in technology to create and help ensure high-quality, next-generation consumer experiences for high volume consumer electronics such as mobile phones, tablets and TVs,” said Andrew Till, Senior Vice President, Symphony Teleca. “We are excited to play a role in shaping the future of the Tizen ecosystem.”
“Support for the Tizen platform from innovative companies such as Symphony Teleca is important for the growth of the entire ecosystem,” said Christopher Croteau, Director of the Tizen Association and Managing Director, Software and Services Group at Intel Corporation. “Our collaboration will help advance the adoption and development of the Tizen ecosystem and further strengthen our objective in becoming the preferred development environment for mobile apps and services.”

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