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February 14, 2010

Texas Instruments extends support for Flash player 10.1 to OMAP 4 platform

Supports web browsing of applications, content and HD videos across devices

By CBR Staff Writer

Texas Instruments (TI) has announced support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1 on its OMAP processors and OMAP processor-based development platforms, including the new Zoom OMAP36x-III and the OMAP 4 processor-based Blaze mobile development platform.

The company said that the Flash Player 10.1 will soon land on OMAP 3 processor-based devices across various operating systems, including Android and Palm webOS.

According to Texas Instruments, the OMAP applications processor family offers user interfaces, hardware-accelerated 2D and 3D graphics, 12-megapixel image capture, 720p high-definition (HD) video record/playback and other features to mobile devices at low power levels.

In addition, the Flash Player 10.1 support complements the entire family of OMAP processors’ capabilities with web browsing of applications, content and HD videos across devices, the company said.

Remi El-Ouazzane, vice president and general manager of OMAP product group at TI, said: TI is a long-term supporter of Adobe Flash, and many of the first demonstrations of Flash Player 10.1 were successfully showcased on devices built on the OMAP platform.

“From business travelers to on-the-go parents, today’s consumers expect mobile devices to provide the full Web and no-compromise multimedia experiences. Our OMAP processors make this possible by expanding Flash technology to the mobile environment without sacrificing power consumption, performance or cost.

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