Teleca to Display Latest Innovations at Mobile World Congress
The highlight of the display will be some of the latest developments leveraging the mobile Linux OS in smartphones, tablets, mobile enterprise applications and in-vehicle infotainment. The company is now leading the way in bringing new features such as HDMI support, multiple-display handling and DLNA to Android (News - Alert) and MeeGo platforms.
“From the news desk to the home theater and beyond, Teleca is helping companies changing the way people communicate, consume entertainment and work in the enterprise,” said Andrew Till, chief technology officer of Teleca, in a recent press release. “Today’s users demand innovative content delivery across multiple form factors and device types, and we are enabling some of the world’s top brands to meet that need. At this year’s Congress, we will showcase the innovations behind this year’s high-profile success stories, and demonstrate the ways in which new technologies are keeping these brands on the cutting edge.”
Teleca’s smart solutions, along with embedded systems for Google (News - Alert) TV offerings, demonstrate versatility in its command of Internet-driven, peer-to-peer and highly interactive entertainment services. The company is instrumental in providing end-to-end design, development, engineering test-support and full maintenance solutions enabling rapid market deployment.
Teleca supports a range of automotive deployments, including the convergence of audio, video, messaging, navigation, voice recognition, hands-free telephony, vehicle maintenance management and location-enhanced Internet services into a simple, elegant nerve center. The company holds the credit for shipping more than 200 million commercial units of Linux powered devices.
Having 2,000 employees in 11 countries, Teleca recently announced its partnership with Imagination Technologies, a supplier of multimedia system-on-chip Intellectual Property (SoC IP). Thanks to the partnership, the two companies will work together to provide graphics and video acceleration technologies to device manufacturers, chipset and platform providers who want to offer the richest possible multimedia experiences.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf