Intrinsyc Software, a supplier of development solutions and applications, will be showcasing its latest hardware and software solutions designed for mobile device and app development at the 2011 Mobile World Congress (News - Alert).
Recently Intrinsyc released a new iQ Development Kit that provides developers utilizing Qualcomm's compact and powerful Internet of Everything Modules with a low cost, high performance development platform for creating real-time, location aware solutions. And also announced software and services support for the next-generation consumer mobile reference platform from Freescale.
Intrinsyc asserted that it has shipped its telephony and device management solutions to various OEMS, wireless and silicon technology companies over the past years. It has garnered strong expertise in the development of e-readers and media tablets, including the nook and nook color devices from Barnes and Noble.
Officials with the company exclaimed that at the Mobile World Congress, they will demonstrate their latest solutions for mobile device development and wireless connectivity. They have a strong track record in developing high quality consumer mobile devices and are expanding partnerships and innovative solutions for the automotive and the machine-to-machine (M2M) vertical markets.
At the MWC, Intrinsyc will demo its Destinator turn-by-turn navigation solution, on personal navigation devices and handsets. The Destinator mobile GPS navigation software is designed for a market that demands the most flexible, user friendly, and powerful navigation software for personal navigation devices and wireless handsets. Destinator supports Symbian, Windows, Android (News - Alert), and iPhone devices and can be bought globally from major OEMS, resellers and application stores.
Intrinsyc will also demonstrate UX-Zone software supporting femtocell deployments. UX-Zone software allows device designers to differentiate their Android phones. It is supposedly the first solution for automatically detecting femtocells and putting relevant applications and services at users’ fingertips.
Intrinsyc claimed that designers can easily integrate the UX-Zone with their next handset design, and the company’s expert engineers can implement UX-Zone to designers’ exact specifications, accelerating their development schedule.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell