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September 10, 2009

Enea Launches Competence Center to Encourage Developers interested in Android Platform
By Rajani Baburajan
TMCnet Contributor

Enea, a global software and services company serving the communications segment, is establishing an Android (News - Alert) competence center based in Lund, Sweden, to serve the worldwide mobile device community. 

Enea's Android Competence Center will focus on the platform and framework level of Android. The center will offer professional software development services, as well as a variety of training programs for developers of mobile phones, netbooks and mobile internet devices, or “MIDs,” interested in Android platform. 
SVP Global Services at Enea (News - Alert), Gregory Singh said that Android is clearly a disruptive technology in the mobile industry and that, in many case,s the mobile value chain is struggling to assimilate, integrate and deliver Android platforms. 

The company’s proven track record of successfully delivering both Android-based software development projects and education to jump start successful deployments has resulted in this competence center, which places them among the strongest Android services players in northern Europe.

Enea’s extensive experience in end-to-end handset software design from the baseband to application layer, including integration and testing, positions the company to become a trusted partner to handset manufacturers, component suppliers and software developers. 

Enea’s expertise also lies in Android internals and integration, file systems, OSE RTOS, device drivers, operator needs, security and tool development. Enea will deliver their expertise through a number of engagement models depending on the project requirements.

The platform training package offered by Enea Android Competence Center is divided into modules to facilitate tailor-made learning based on the background of the audience. 

Developers with strong competence in embedded software and device drivers may need to learn more about Linux and building software for Android, while an experienced Linux developer may need an introduction to Android specifics and knowledge of mobile platforms.
Enea recently announced that its Netbricks DMOD-BRICKS and DCOD-BRICKS 3G 324 have been selected for use in lawful intercept network equipment. DMOD-BRICKS and DCOD-BRICKS 3G 324 are part of the Enea Netbricks line of network protocols, which leverage a modular, portable architecture that allows hardware platform and compiler independence.

Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Kelly McGuire


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