Linux groups unveil new platform

By : |September 28, 2011 0

NEW YORK, USA: Two Linux groups said on Wednesday they would combine their technologies to create a new software platform called Tizen.

[image_library_tag 489/18489, align=”left” width=”252″ height=”93″ title=”Tizen” alt=”Tizen” border=”0″ vspace=”5″ hspace=”5″ complete=”complete” ,default]LiMo Foundation and the Linux Foundation said Tizen is a open-source, standards-based, cross-architecture software platform that supports multiple devices including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, netbooks and in-vehicle infotainment systems.

The initial release of Tizen is planned for the first quarter of 2012, enabling the first devices using the platform to come to market in mid-2012, the two groups said.

Linux Foundation said the technical steering group of Tizen will be led by Samsung Electronics and Intel.

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