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Samsung's Linux Connection
Posted: 05-Oct-2003 [Source: Superscape]

[Samsung looking to launch Linux-based MIT Smartphones later this year.]

Superscape Group plc (LSE: SPS) announces that Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, one of the world's largest mobile handset manufacturers, has licensed the ARM Swerve i3D Graphics Client, jointly developed by ARM [(LSE: ARM), (Nasdaq: ARMHY)] and Superscape. The Swerve i3D Graphics Client has been licensed for a new series of Linux-based Samsung SmartPhones (Mobile Intelligent Terminals - MITs). Swerve i3D Graphics Client includes support for JSR 184, the global standard for 3D Java applications on mobile handsets which is due to be ratified later this year and the OpenGL ES standard.

In addition, two new interactive 3D games developed using Superscape's Swerve Author software will be included in the launch of the new SmartPhones (MITs) scheduled for release later this year.

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