Access, a provider of software technologies to the mobile, PC and digital TV markets, has said that its NetFront series technologies will now support the Android platform.
The company said that the NetFront Browser as an embedded internet browser already support a variety of mobile platforms, including Access Linux Platform, Symbian OS, Garnet OS, Brew and Microsoft Windows Mobile.
Access said that it will provide development services for the NetFront technologies running on the Android platform, which will help operators and device manufactures develop customised user interfaces and pre-install value-added applications.
Access also plans to develop NetFront Living Connect and NetFront Book Viewer EPUB Edition for Android and to make its NetFront products available to end users via web download.
Tomihisa Kamada, president, CEO and co-founder of Access, said: Access offers end-to-end solutions for converged devices, starting from the infrastructure layer to platform and middleware, to client applications.
“Since this company was founded, we have worked closely with major operators and equipment and device manufacturers all over the world to help them differentiate their products and improve their competitiveness.