Source : http://www.arm.com/news/24404.html
WHAT: The ARM® Connected Community™ will showcase the architecture and technology that will deliver mobile computing to the masses in 2009 and beyond. Mobile World Congress 2009 will witness the growing importance of the ARM Ecosystem: ARM’s innovation in high performance, low-power technology, all supported by the industry’s largest network of Partners – the ARM Connected Community.
Leading silicon, systems, design support, software and training providers are collaborating to provide complete solutions for mobile computing, based on the ARM architecture.
Product demonstrations, including the latest ARM Powered® netbooks, and Partner activities, will demonstrate this expanding ecosystem of mobile computing technology at ARM stand 1C01 in Hall 1:
Ubuntu Alpha release on the ARM Cortex™-A8 processor
The Alpha release of Ubuntu 9.04 for ARM will be shown running on ARM Cortex-A8 processor-based systems. Ubuntu 9.04 is scheduled for full release in April 2009, heralding Ubuntu as a top choice for consumers using netbook products.
Pegatron Netbook and Nettop on the ARM Cortex-A8 processor: Demonstration of two ultra slim, high performance, low power and low-cost ARM technology-based devices with full Internet connectivity and extended battery life. Both Pegatron devices will be available in 2009.
Thinkfree Mobile on ARM Powered Netbooks
Thinkfree Mobile runs on the ARMv6 architecture or higher application processors, providing an attractive, intuitive interface and high-speed performance based on Java technology. The ARM architecture provides the low power, high performance and extended battery life to enhance Thinkfree Mobile user experience.
Debian Linux-based Xandros solution enables mobile OEM vendors and communications carriers to bring the full power of desktop computing to mobile devices with integrated applications, fast boot, long battery life, and always-on 3G networking. Product will be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress on solutions using ARM processors based on the ARMv7 architecture.
Movial IXS Internet Experience Suite
The total solution for fast and cost-effective development of Linux-based mobile devices, with unified user experience, interactions and branding. Enables the easy creation of superior, customizable mobile application user interfaces with common Web-based technologies. See the product demonstration on devices using the ARM Cortex-A8 processor.
Demonstration of two new products; a sleek 5” advanced Internet experience device and a new device called a P/Book with an 11.1” screen. Both are powered with ARM processors based on the ARMv7 architecture and will be available in 2009.
WHEN: Monday-Thursday, February 16-19, 2009
WHERE: 2009 GSMA Mobile World Congress, Fira Montjuic, Barcelona