Nokia Unleashes Series 60 Blitz
Feb 18, 2003, 10:13 AM by (staff)
Nokia this week made a series of announcements related to its Symbian-based Series 60 smart-phone platform. Most notable is a "product creation community" of companies who will be able to help handset manufacturers bring high-quality Series 60 smart phones to market in less time, with lower development costs. In a related announcement, Nokia and Texas Instruments announced an extension of their agreement to optimize the Series 60 platform on OMAP-based hardware. In additional announcements, Nokia announced a Bluetooth printing solution for use with Series 60 devices and HP printers, as well as enterprise solutions from Oracle and IBM that include Symbian client software components.
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