TI Transforms Mobile Internet Experience with OMAP 4 Platform
The company is creating new ways to the mobile future evoking some of the most refined user experiences in the industry today. The OMAP 4 platform meets a mobile solution’s economical requirements while providing a computing platform’s flexibility and performance.
The OMAP 4 platform features an all-inclusive software suite and power management technology called applications processors to deliver rapidly the next-generation Mobile Internet Devices and Smarphones to market.
Integrated and tested up to the application level, it allows quicker and simpler development for application developers and end equipment manufacturers. Since it’s customizable, it gives the developers flexibility to distinguish their product. With this all-inclusive software suite, the OMAP 4 applications processors provide revolutionary multimedia improvements against the most prevalent smart phones out there today.
TI’s OMAP 4 software suite will let customers develop new applications and handsets rapidly and easily. Designers can stay on top of the market innovation and provide remarkable user experiences with its flexible and open platform.
To allow top performance at low power, the OMAP 4 platform incorporates TI’s SmarReflex 2 technologies. To help extend battery life, the platform also has TWL6030 power management companion device support.
Remi El-Ouazzane, TI’s OMAP Platform Business Unit’s vice president and general manager, said that TI strives to set innovation standard. The company is thrilled to watch its partners accelerate OMAP 4 platform’s power to realize the desktop experience on Smartphones. TI is also certain that consumers will really be amazed by the next generation OMAP 4 platform-based devices.
TI produces some of the most advanced features out in the market like multiple display support, contextual browsing and one-of-a-kind 3D user interfaces. The OMAP 4 platform is being displayed at the Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) 2010 in TI’s booth.
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Edited by Kelly McGuire