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Ixonos Showcases its Extensive MeeGo(TM) Expertise on Intel(R) Architecture at Mobile World Congress 2011

HELSINKI February 14, 2011 Barcelona, Spain

At the Mobile World Congress on 14-17 February, Ixonos demonstrates an Intel(R) Atom(TM) processor based tabletprototype,based on MeeGo v1.1. The demonstration includes an end-to-end application solution that Ixonos has developed for this showcase, including the application development, user experience design and hosting possibilities.

Antti Aumo

"MeeGo’s open and flexible software platform on Intel architecture gives mobile device manufacturers both the freedom and the powerful capabilities to deliver exciting user experiences," says Ram Peddibhotla, system software marketing director, Intel Corporation, and adds: "Intel welcomes Ixonos and other system integrators to the MeeGo ecosystem to use its deep software and solutions expertise to help manufacturers achieve differentiation and faster time-to-market."

Antti Aumo

"Ixonos is at the cutting edge of mobile, smartphone and smart device design, building complete and innovative products and services. Ixonos is a visionary partner to its customers, reducing the time-to-market of new products and bringing a full set of services from new product innovation to software development, mechanical engineering and electronics design," Mr. Aumo concludes.

    Links:      - Ixonos' website:      - Mobile World Congress: (Ixonos Booth:     Hall 1, #1E19)      - Ixonos Online Press kit at MWC2011: Finland China Denmark Estonia Germany Great Britain Slovakia

About the MeeGo Project

     For more information, please contact:      Ixonos:      - Antti Aumo, Vice President, Global Solutions, tel. +358-40-505-0477,     [email protected]      - Antti Vuolli, Director, Key Customer Accounts, MeeGo,     tel. +358-50-487-4172, [email protected]      - Nigel Alexander, EMEA Sales Director, tel. +44-783-148-5081,     [email protected]  

SOURCE Ixonos Plc

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