Windows CE-based phone software stack to support vector graphics

Intrinsyc has announced what appears to be another major design win for its Windows CE-based phone software stack. A "leading Japan-based OEM of consumer electronics products" will adopt the Soleus platform for a "new generation of connected consumer electronics and wireless devices," the company said.The Soleus platform, which was posted to Windows CE 6.0 in […]

Intrinsyc has announced what appears to be another major design win for its Windows CE-based phone software stack. A "leading Japan-based OEM of consumer electronics products" will adopt the Soleus platform for a "new generation of connected consumer electronics and wireless devices," the company said.

The Soleus platform, which was posted to Windows CE 6.0 in May, has predominantly been billed as a development platform for "feature phones." In November, however, Intrinsync announced a deal with Quanta, under the terms of which Soleus would be used to create a 3G HSDPA-enabled (high-speed downlink packet access) mobile device, "expected to be a breakthrough in design concept."

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Windows CE, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, Software, Graphics