Openwave Brings Software Suite To Linux
Sep 19, 2003, 10:11 AM by (staff)
Openwave yesterday announced the availability of Openwave® Phone Suite V7 for Linux. The Suite includes Openwave Mobile Browser, Openwave Mobile Messaging Client, Openwave File and Application Manager, and Real Networks' RealOne™ Mobile Player. The software has been validated and is interoperable with MontaVista® Linux® Consumer Electronics Edition (CEE). Motorola and NEC have recently announced phones and development efforts based on MontaVista Linux. Openwave software can be found in more than 50 percent of all data phones shipping today.
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