Symbian opens its source code to third party software and hardware developers

4/23/2002 - Symbian, the leading provider of the open, advanced operating system for data enabled mobile phones, today announced that it is setting up a new partnership initiative to promote the creation of innovative software and hardware technology solutions for Symbian OS. Under the new "Symbian Platinum Program" Symbian will allow members the same access to source code that it has already extended to mobile phone manufacturers. Companies that have already joined or committed to joining the program this week include Access, AppForge, ARM, Fathammer, Intel Corporation, Intuwave, Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector, M-Systems, Pace Soft Silicon, Picsel, Superscape, STMicroelectronics, Synovial, TapRoot Systems Inc, TestQuest Inc., Texas Instruments and YDC.

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