A new release of Soleus software available in the second quarter of 2008 will enable device makers to build handsets that leverage 3G networks for advanced data services. In the fourth quarter of 2008, another Soleus software release will contain support for touch interfaces and other advanced user interface (UI) and application development environment enhancements, allowing customers to cost effectively develop innovative handsets and support applications with touch based UI’s. Prototype versions of the new capabilities will be demonstrated in meeting room 4.7HS01 at the Mobile World Congress 2008 in Barcelona, February 11-14, 2008.
"These new Soleus features will accelerate our customers’ and partners’ ability to meet market demand for highly customized 3G-enabled devices with advanced UI features like touch interface," said Souheil Gallouzi, Vice President and General Manager of Mobile Products and Development, Intrinsyc Software.
Soleus is a comprehensive handheld software platform, with pre-certified telephony and a large applications portfolio, which enables handset makers to differentiate their offerings and rapidly develop and deploy an array of wireless consumer devices. Built on Windows Embedded CE, the flexible Soleus software platform allows numerous feature-set variations to meet the requirements of multiple handset designs and form factors. [February 12, 2008]
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