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Old 06-20-2006, 06:03 AM   #1
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LXer: A la Mobile's Complete Linux System Platform for Mobile Phones


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a la Mobile has announced the launch of its Convergent Linux Platform, the first viable mobile operating system alternative to proprietary offerings. Designed to be readily adaptable to wireless handsets, Convergent Linux Platform enables handset manufacturers to bring Linux-based smartphones to market rapidly, while drastically reducing development, testing and deployment costs. Convergent Linux Platform is not just a kernel, middleware or applications, but a complete software stack for mobile handsets: integrated; tested; certified; supported; and maintained.

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