6/24/2003 - Atelier, the leading expert in telephony software for Symbian OSTM, announced that Atelier has licensed its Symbian OS 2.5G telephony subsystem to Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI).
Under the agreement, TI will gain access to Atelier's telephony software intellectual property for Symbian OS comprising TSY telephony module, Multiplexing CSY and Series 60 DSY components, for use with all TI GPRS digital basebands.
"Symbian and OS Series 60 OMAPTM-based solutions continue to gain traction in the wireless market," said Paul Werp, worldwide director of marketing for TI´s OMAP platform. "TI´s reference designs and Atelier´s telephony software provide a foundation for OEMs to bring Symbian and Series 60-based solutions to market quickly."
Atelier has worked closely with TI to optimize its software components for the recently announced TCS2600 GSM/GPRS reference design based on the OMAP730 digital baseband and TI´s InnovatorTM Development Kit for the Series 60 Platform, providing TI´s OEM/ODM customers with complete OMAP-based hardware and software reference designs for Series 60 and Symbian OS-based smartphones.
"This announcement marks a major milestone in Atelier's long time relationship with Texas Instruments. The collaboration with TI reinforces Atelier's position as a leading provider of wireless software solutions in the Symbian space and provides Atelier with long-term opportunities in the wireless industry", said Marc Menschenfreund, CEO of Atelier.
Atelier offers a wide portfolio of Symbian OS telephony software components that have been validated on TI´s OMAP processors. This portfolio includes TSYs which fully implement Symbian OS ETEL and Nokia Series 60 telephony APIs, 3GPP 27.010 multiplexing CSY and Series 60 DSY components.
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