15 February 2010

Telecom companies will create joint marketing platform for mobile applications

After Apple launched its App Store for the sale of software for their iPhone, has many similar projects have been developed. The many independent systems do not make it easy for developers, and it will now change.

24 of the largest companies in the world has therefore been agreed to come together in cooperation "Wholesale Applications community" to build an open platform for delivering applications to mobile devices.

Among the 24 companies will find among other AT & T, Orange, Telenor, Deutsche Telekom, NTT DoCoMo, TeliaSonera, Sprint and Vodafone. It is corporations, which together have over three billion subscribers.

In addition to telecommunications companies supported the initiative by the GSMA and the manufacturers Sony Ericsson, Samsung and LG Electronics.

First goal of the new organization is to develop a common standard in developing and distributing software for mobile phones, this is expected to take a year.


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