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Ralf Jurrien
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Symbian smartphones

content type Press information Mail the editor Posted by Ralf Jurrien
Thursday, September 13th 2007 - 17:37 CEST - Comments: 0
P ixSense announced that it has joined the Symbian Platinum Program to support the growing market for Symbian smartphones, by extending the PixSense PSP (Preserve, Share, Publish) Platform to the Symbian 7.x, 8.x, 9.x OS. PixSense’s PSP Platform streamlines and simplifies mobile media management, enabling monetization of user-generated content on smartphones. It will give Symbian smartphone end users the power to easily preserve, share, publish, and manage their digital mobile media and data.
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PixSense - Symbian Platinum Program

"Joining the Symbian Platinum Program was a very important step for us, as many mobile operators we work with on a global scale have selected Symbian OS as their preferred technology platform," said Scott Ritchie, VP of business development for PixSense. "The open standards and flexibility of Symbian OS are driving the kind of innovation that allows PixSense to fully demonstrate the power and value of our PSP Platform on smartphones." Symbian develops and licenses Symbian OS, the market-leading operating system for smartphones. Symbian OS is licensed by the world's leading mobile phone manufacturers and, as of Q2 2007, over 145 million Symbian smartphones have shipped worldwide to over 250 mobile network operators.


PixSense PSP Platform

Symbian enables a thriving ecosystem of partners, handset vendors, operators, developers and other key mobile players that create value for the growing smartphone market. This value is cultivated by the continuing development and commercialization of new software solutions and award-winning applications for Symbian OS and its user interface platforms including MOAP, S60 and UIQ.  PixSense's PSP Platform provides an extremely simple, yet feature-laden application that enables smartphone users to easily store and share media generated from their mobile phone or uploaded from their PC. Now, every music clip, photo, and video captured by a user is automatically uploaded online to a secure private account and can be shared with other mobile phone and PC users.


PixSense PSP Platform - Symbian smartphones

"Smartphones are now integral to people's everyday lives and are used commonly as digital camera, camcorder, DVD player and MP3 replacements as well as for Web surfing and office-type applications," said Jerry Panagrossi, VP of US operations, Symbian. "PixSense's PSP Platform enables operators to differentiate their services mix and further highlights the emergence of a smartphone lifestyle, where end-users can easily share digital mobile media."


PixSense PSP Platform - Availability

PixSense effectively bridges the gaps between advanced camera phone capabilities and consumer underutilization of these features. Its multimedia and persona management solutions incorporate advanced, patent-pending media compression technology, which dramatically reduces the file size of photos and videos by up to 90 percent and optimizes network transmission with no loss in media quality. Additionally, users can share large media files to other mobile subscribers across regions and networks. PixSense PSP platform is available as a white label service for mobile operators to offer to their subscribers.

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