Wednesday, February 24, 2010

MeeGo made by Intel - Nokia

Intel and Nokia join forces to realize the era of mobile computing with the launch MeeGo operating system, the latest breakthrough that adds full operating system market crowded.

The partnership between the largest chipmakers in the world and the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world that suggests a direct challenge to the operating system from Microsoft, Google and Apple.

MeeGo is an open operating system, Linux-based plaform like that combines Google's Android Maemo Nokia and Intel's Moblin systems. This diungkappkan at a press conference at the opening of the first day of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the largest mobile phone trade show in the world.

Alliance Finland - America is trying to create an operating system suitable for any device that has Internet browsing capabilities of a smartphone, netbook, tablet computers, television and even on the car entertainment system though.

"MeeGo will lead a broader range of Internet computing and communications experience for consumers with a variety of new types of mobile devices," said Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo.

However, analysts assess the partnership between the two can lead to a confusing situation. For example, Nokia now supports the Symbian operating system for smart phone line that also used the two rivals.

Cooperation was also considered a position of CEO of Intel, Paul Otellini, who was sitting on the Google board of directors "at risk" position, because it contributed to the launching Android killer (MeeGo).

However Otelinni trapped in a political dispute and the company remains positive thinking. He said, this collaboration will bring a new experience better in different types of devices, and supported by a variety of different industries.