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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Mozilla comes to smart phones with new operating system

Science and techno world topic: Computer

*The first interested in using the system are Alcatel and ZTE

Competition is with Google's Android and Apple iOS to the growing market for mobile devices.

MEXICO CITY (04/JUL/2012.) - With the growth of the smart phone market in the world, Mozilla will release its own operating system built with open standards web, in order to compete with Google's Android and Apple's IOS. 


Photo: With growth of the smart phone market in the world, Mozilla will release its own operating system.

The CEO, Gary Kovacs, said the large number of operators and manufacturers of smart phones in the world is an opportunity to attract additional resources and expand the diversity of its product. 


"The introduction of open mobile operating system Mozilla continues the mission of promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web for users and developers," said the manager. 

In this regard, said that in the coming years is expected to first connect billions of new users, so it is important to offer a compelling experience for smart phones that anyone can use. 

So far, said the first manufacturers interested in using Mozilla's operating system are Alcatel and ZTE, Qualcomm Snapdragon processors using Incorporated, a leading smart phone platforms. 

Also, operators Deutsche Telekom, Etisalat, intelligent, Sprint, Telecom Italia, Telefonica and Telenor are supporting the operating system as a participant Firefox open new and exciting for the Smartphone market. 

Gary Kovacs noted that cell phone companies have identified the potential of the operating system, which may offer attractive smart phone experience more affordable. 

The official predicted that the first Firefox OS devices will be in the Brazilian market in 2013, sold by the subsidiary of Telef√≥nica in the South American country live. 

He added that due to the optimization of the platform, mobile operators will be able to offer a richer experience in a range of lower prices, helping to drive adoption across developing markets. 


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