It is no secret that the Google (News - Alert) Android operating system for smartphones and tablets has achieved widespread deployment across mobile devices for the advanced capabilities it provides its mobile users. And as Android (News - Alert)-based devices continue to gain U.S. smartphone market share and maintain a top position for mobile OSs, the benefits are starting to look a lot more attractive for embedded devices of all kinds.
In fact, thanks to Android’s open development environment, built-in features, and rapid expansion in the Android Marketplace, the overall impact of the brand makes the platform a tempting option for many product teams.
Wind River (News - Alert), a leader in embedded and mobile software, has been pioneering computing inside embedded devices for more than 30 years now. Its embedded technology can be found in more than 1 billion products throughout the industry including mobile and military systems, just to name a few. According to Wind River officials, adding Android to your embedded product line-up can be a big step into the unknown. However, having the right mix of ingredients can make help you integrate and optimize the right Android technologies, avoid quality and performance issues, and accelerate the time to market. Join Wind River, Dec. 8, 2011 at 8:00a.m.PT/11:00a.m. EST for a webinar entitled, “Adding Android to the Mix? Get the Embedded Device Recipe.” This free presentation will provide attendees with the three critical ingredients necessary to achieve a successful Android recipe for your embedded device which include: 1. Customizing and augmenting Android for specific device types 2. Architecting, designing, and integrating your unique value on top of the Android platform 3. Testing for user experience, application performance and compliance requirements
If you are a product or engineering manager, are in the business of software architects or system integrators or are just looking for more information on embedded devices, you don’t want miss this opportunity to learn more about how to make the most out of your device. Don’t wait- Register now!
Stefanie Mosca is a Managing Editor for TMCnet, with a particular focus in wireless technologies as well as mobile and IP communications. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page or follow her on Twitter (News - Alert) @stefaniemosca.
Edited by Chris DiMarco