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Fri, 21.05.04

Symbian Exposium '04
Symbian's clear vision for the smartphone market is based on an inclusive and shared strategy across the mobile industry. Mobile phone manufacturers are now shipping Symbian OS phones in increasing volumes, and from its standard-setting position at the center of the smartphone market, Symbian OS has taken a worldwide lead in mobile operating systems.

This year's event (5-6 October 2004) focuses on the expanding business opportunities in the Symbian ecosystem, with a new tradeshow arena designed to allow delegates to network with the smartphone industry.

Be part of the only tradeshow in 2004 that covers every aspect of the smartphone market, from building mobile phones themselves to developing and deploying applications to mobile phone users. Visit Symbian Exposium 2004 home page to learn more about the event and to register your interest.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 01:15 in category

Tue, 18.05.04

Symbian announces 'Symbian signed'
Symbian Limited announced today the formal launch of Symbian Signed, the industry-endorsed application signing program that promotes best practise in Symbian OS content and application development. The program tests applications against industry-agreed criteria in support of network operator and mobile manufacturer requirements. Symbian Signed is designed to satisfy mobile developers' needs and ensures a thriving, open market for trusted mobile applications by providing a single, low-cost and unified certification program. The program also delivers developer authentication and anti-tamper security for Symbian OS applications. More than 300 Symbian native C++ and Visual Basic application and their associated content have reached Symbian Signed status.

"With 12 million Symbian OS phones already in the market and Symbian OS phone sales rising more than 100% year-on-year in the last quarter, Symbian developers are creating third party applications at an increasingly rapid rate. Symbian Signed builds on Symbian's existing support for application developers by creating even wider commercial opportunities for applications and faster routes to market that require less cost and effort", said Simon Garth, vice president, market development, Symbian.

Operators, application publishers and phone makers currently offer individual certification schemes resulting in extra cost for the industry and a more complex route to market for application developers. Symbian Signed provides a single signing scheme that can be used as an alternative to many of the individual schemes, reducing the cost and complexity of getting applications to market. As a result, handset manufacturers such as Nokia, Sendo and Sony Ericsson have today announced that they will be migrating their own signing programs to Symbian Signed.

Symbian Signed offers flexible signing options to support the different needs of the Symbian OS ecosystem. These options are:
* Test House Certification: Suitable for ISVs with a small number of applications. Applications are submitted to the Symbian Signed portal and tested by an independent third party test house.
* Self Certification: Suitable for ISVs with more than 15 of their own applications that require Symbian Signed status. ISVs or network operators certify their own applications through the re-use of internal, recognised Quality Assurance processes.
* Publisher Certification: Suitable for application publishers, Symbian OS licensees and network operators or any public software distribution portal owner. The publisher tests and certifies the application using its own quality assurance processes on behalf of the originating ISV.

Symbian Signed also supports a distribution channel for Symbian OS application developers, providing a powerful route to market with the main application vendors and distributors. Developers who achieve Symbian Signed will also be provided with rights to use the 'For Symbian OS' logo.

Ulf Wretling, director developer program, Sony Ericsson said: "Sony Ericsson sees the Symbian Signed Program as a vital component to mature the market perception of Symbian OS as the premier choice for advanced phones. By making it easy and straightforward for developers to certify their applications, this effort will build a strong portfolio of trusted Symbian OS applications for our customers to enjoy. From January 1 2005, all new Symbian applications on Sony Ericsson portals will be required to be Symbian Signed."

Lee Epting, vice president, Forum Nokia said: "Nokia fully supports Symbian's initiative and recommends Symbian Signed throughout Forum Nokia, our 1.4 million member developer community, and has begun the process of migrating Nokia's application testing program, Nokia OK, to Symbian Signed. As of July 1st 2004 only tested applications will be accepted into Nokia channels."

Hugh Brogan, CEO, Sendo, said: "Sendo's end user and operator customers will benefit greatly from a choice of high quality, tested Symbian Signed applications. We support Symbian's simple standardized scheme and will encourage the developer community to support this initiative by migrating Sendo Check, Sendo's own certification program, to Symbian Signed and will include the Symbian root certificate in our Symbian OS/Series 60 devices."

Anders Unosson, vice president applications & services mobile phones, Siemens Information and Communication Mobile Group, said: "With its industry-wide support Symbian Signed will foster quality and best practice in the creation of applications for Symbian OS phones. The program delivers a solution to the real market requirement of industry wide testing and certification and also offers a more direct route to market for developers."

Symbian Signed is the mobile industry endorsed certification program that promotes best practise in designing applications to run on Symbian OS phones. Symbian Signed applications follow industry agreed quality guidelines and support network operator requirements for applications and content. The program was created to satisfy the mobile industry’s demand for reduced fragmentation and cost to developers by providing the community with a single generic certification program that all parties can benefit from. For more information please visit www.symbiansigned.com or email symbiansigned@symbian.com.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 17:40 in category

Sat, 15.05.04

Philips joins Symbian Platinum Program
Royal Philips Electronics today announced it has joined the Symbian Platinum Program. With Philips joining the program, mobile phone manufacturers can benefit from seamlessly integrated multimedia applications for their smartphone offerings. As a result, mobile phone manufacturers can bring complete and easily upgradeable mobile multimedia solutions to market rapidly. Read full press release @ Symbian.com.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 01:41 in category

Sat, 08.05.04

Symbian Q1 2004 results
Symbian Limited today released unaudited financial and operational figures for the first quarter ended 31st March 2004.

Global shipments of Symbian OS-based phones reached 2.40m units in Q1 2004 (Q1 2003: 1.18m units), a year-on-year increase of more than 100%. Symbian OS licensees are now shipping a total of 18 Symbian OS products to network operators in Japan and throughout GSM / GPRS territories worldwide. Three new Symbian OS licensees were announced in Q1 2004: LG, Arima and Lenovo. Symbian OS licensees commenced shipment of two new Symbian OS products in Q1 2004 (Q1 2003: 3 products), Nokia 3620 and NTT DoCoMo's F900i made by Fujitsu. Seven new products were announced by Symbian OS licensees: Motorola A1000, Nokia 9500 Communicator, 7610, 6620, Panasonic X700, Samsung SGH-D710, Siemens SX-1 for the Chinese market. Symbian OS v8.0 - the latest version of Symbian OS - released to licensees to enable accelerated development of lower cost Symbian OS phones, enhanced device management, multimedia and Java capabilities. At the end of Q1 2004, 30 phones and variants based on Symbian OS were under development by 9 licensees (Q1 2003, 20 phones & variants and 9 licensees).

Read full press release @ Symbian.com.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 23:59 in category

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