ACCESS Connect Ecosystem Partner Program Continues to Garner Mobile Industry
Support

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| In the short eight months since its creation, the program has rapidly grown
| to include 73 members.
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http://www.prnewswire.co.uk/cgi/news/release?id=210605

Geez! Talk about Linux momentum...

Bitstream® Announces QTopia® Font Plug-In for Embedded Linux Devices

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| “Linux is extremely important in the embedded space, with an ever growing
| number of handsets and consumer electronic devices utilizing open source,”
| said Anna Chagnon, President and CEO of Bitstream Inc.
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http://home.businesswire.com/portal/...01&newsLang=en


Related:

New ACCESS Linux Platform Screenshots

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| ACCESS have launched a new website for the ACCESS Linux Platform (ALP) with
| new developer documentation and details about the platform. The company has
| also announced a number of new partners and initiatives around ALP at the
| LinuxWorld going on now in San Francisco. MobieLinuxInfo has put together
| over 10 screenshots of the linux powered platform in action and goes over
| some of the new ALP news announced this week.
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http://www.mobilelinuxinfo.com/392/a...m-screenshots/


ACCESS Strengthens Global Partner Program by Adding More Members and
Participating in Launch of New Orange Developer Center in Beijing

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| ACCESS CO., LTD., today introduced new members of the ACCESS
| Connect Ecosystem (ACE) partner program, including five local
| Chinese partners.
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http://digital50.com/news/items/PR/2...pating-in.html
http://tinyurl.com/yqezhm

More proof that Linux has conquered the mobile world.


ACCESS Renames Palm OS, Debuts ACCESS Powered Logo

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| ...the company has released its 'ACCESS Powered' logo,
| which will adorn devices running the Garnet OS and presumably
| the ACCESS Linux Platform, the successor to the Garnet OS.
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http://www.mobileburn.com/news.jsp?Id=3074


Cellphone giants unveil mobile Linux foundation

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| Six of the world's largest telecommunications companies have
| officially launched a non-profit organization dedicated to
| creating a common mobile Linux software platform. Founded by
| Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic Mobile Communications,
| Samsung Electronics, and Vodafone, the LiMo Foundation is
| inviting membership and participation from application
| and middleware developers.
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http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS2923387573.html