Moblin Open Mike session.

Posted on 20 August 2008, Last updated on 11 November 2019 by

In the open mic session, companies presented software solutions that are being developed for MIDs. Nice to see that the high-layers are being worked on. Its important!!

  • One Voice technologies – Adam Finch.  Voice recognition software. They want to enable a voice activated MID. IM, Media etc.
  • Gypsii – Jeff Lyn. Mobile, GPS-enabled social networking. Share user-created POI’s. MID-optimised UI.
  • ThunderSoft – ‘One stop software solution in MIDs.’ OS customisation, localisation etc. A software development company.
  • Fring. Mobile Instant messaging. Multi-protocol. Includes SIP support. Connectivity to common IM networks. Integration into Web2.0 networks e.g. twitter. Open API.
  • Move networks. Player for mobile devices. Apparently will be shown in keynotes tomorrow.
  • Mediacast. Delivery of non real-time media and software
  • Livecast,. Simple real-time broadcast from mobile devices.
  • Movial – Software service provider. White-label applications for re-branding. Internet browsers, media players.
  • Comverse -  Billing, messaging and voip. White label service for service providers.
  • Wind River – Operating System vendor. Creating a commercial grade Moblin/Linux OS for MIDs. Includes applications.

This is just a selection of the presentation given. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to catch the whole session due to an important showcase session that I’ll report on later.

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