Access Linux Platform comes from — Access, the company, who purchased PalmSource has now officially unveiled its Linux based successor to mobile operating system Garnet OS (formerly known as Palm OS) — the Access Linux Platform 3.0 that supports not only native Linux applications, but also legacy Garnet OS applications as well as Java apps. ALP 3.0, as it is known, is also fully comliant with the LiMo Foundation's specifications for mobile Linux.
Access also unveiled its new ALP mini operating system for feature phones. ALP mini is a stripped down version of ALP 3.0 that is meant for less powerful devices. ALP mini is available to manufacturers now, while the official availability date for ALP 3.0 has yet to be made public. Japan's NTT DoCoMo has already said that it will support the new ALP 3.0 platform on its network.