Wind River released commercial Android build

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Company Wind River, owned Intel, introduced a commercial version of the operating system, Android, optimized for chipsets OMAP34x and OMAP36x from Texas Instruments. This assembly Android supports technologies such as Adobe Flash and PacketVideo OpenCORE (multimedia for mobile devices) and updates OTA. According to Wind River, its commercial version of Android differs completely redesigned user interface, optimized function of energy and support, optimization of operators and equipment manufacturers.

Company Wind River asserts that its Android platform combines the flexibility and predictability in commercial operating systems. This assembly can be ordered from the developer now. Apparently, there will be, and mobile devices based on it. Apparently, it can be smartphones, MID, Internet tablets and the like. It is not clear which suppliers wish to use a commercial version of Android, and when they release their decisions based on it.