Employing the company's Innovative Convergence GSM/GPRS platform and i.MX media extension applications processor, the i.Smart smart phone reference design is said to help get OEMs' design concepts up and running on a 2.5G network in as few as 90 days. The reference design supports integration of advanced voice, image, video and data capabilities on a single platform with an open standards interface. Among the OSs supported by the platform are Symbian, Windows CE, eLinux and PalmOS. They help enable OEMs to bring consumers messaging, Internet browsing, digital image capture, audio/video encoding, and other applications-related features. Key platform elements include: a wireless platform powered by the i.Smart chipset and integrated GSM/SPRS software; an i.MX1 processor-based application subsystem for providing wireless connectivity protocol, operating system, application and media processing functionality; a CMOS image sensor-based imaging subsystem packing features such as integrated timing, control and analog signal processing; and a Bluetooth V1-1-compliant wireless data transceiver. More information is available from MOTOROLA INC, Semiconductor Products Sector, Austin, TX. (555) 555-5555.
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