Mobile plataforma de software de Linux formado por seis gigantes de las telecomunicaciones

Enero 26, 2007 por techbuzz | Deja tu comentario
Filed Under Noticias de la Compañía, Software

Six giant telecommunications companies have agreed to share a common platform named the Foundation, que se ha formado como una organización sin fines de lucro con la intención de hacer una plataforma común de software móvil Linux. Estos seis peces gordos de la telefonía celular son: Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics, y Vodafone. The idea was, however pioneered by Motorola. The goal of the LiMo Foundation is to create single Linux-based software platform for mobile devices.

The LiMo Foundation will comprise of a 13 member Board of Directors. Greg Besio of Motorola will function as the Chairman of this foundation while the Vice Chairman of it will be Kiyohito Nagata of NTT DoCoMo. The Board of Directors will be meeting four times a year.

Two new licenses for contributed codes have also been developed by the LiMo Foundation, which includes FPL (Common Capable) license and FPL (Non-Common Capable) license. Sin embargo, it needs mention that all the codes will not be available to all and sundry. This new foundation has been made open to any individual or enterprise. This Linux software platform is working towards slashing the cost of mobiles and to increase the functions in the mobile sets. The annual fees fixed for the individual and companies ranges between $40,000 y $800,000.

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