Wipro Technologies, an IT services business of Wipro, said that it has engaged with Texas Instruments (TI) to offer Android OS-based commercialisation services on the OMAP processors at the Mobile World Congress.
Wipro said that these services, which include Linux baseport, Android operating system (OS) porting on hardware platforms, middleware, third-party component integration, application development, and operator customisation, addresses commercialisation requirements of OEMs designing on Android.
The OMAP 4 platform, which is based on dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 foundation, drives high definition (HD), 1080p video playback and supports multiple displays. In addition, it also addresses power and processing requirements of the connected devices that are expected to released by 2011.
Nagamani Murthy,vice president of mobile, auto and consumer business at Wipro, said: Wipro being a member of TI’s ecosystem, and our recent entry into the Open Handset Alliance (OHA) positions us uniquely.
“We believe that Wipro’s vast expertise and knowledge on the board/system design and the middleware/application, coupled with leveraging on the strengths of the TI offerings, will result in innovative solutions for consumers to enjoy in the near future.”