Lead Mobile Internet Device market
Asianux Midinux 3.0 Early Access Program announced
July 14, 2009 – Asianux, the leading Linux operating system vendor, announced the Asianux Midinux 3.0 Early Access Program today.
Asianux Midinux 3.0 is a Moblin Compatible turn-key solution optimized for Intel? Atom™ processor. Asianux offers full commercial support for customers with Moblin-compliant pre-integrated and pre-validated 3rd party applications. Asianux and its members provide differentiated value-add service for customers. Working with open source and commercial applications, Asianux has built a rich open ecosystem for MIDs.
Asianux Midinux 3.0 Early Access Program offers OEMs, ODMs, IHV and ISV vendors an opportunity to access Asianux 3.0 latest beta OS build, schedule and supporting documents before product launch. By joining this program, partners will have better experience in evaluating and developing software solutions for their Moorestown-based MID products and an opportunity to get early feedback from their customers.
The Moblin 2.0-based Moorestown platform is Intel’s next generation MID platform designed to extend into Communication MIDs, which are expected to compete in the smart phone market segment. Moblin 2.0 software is designed to deliver a great PC-like Internet experience while supporting cell phone voice capabilities. Asianux Midinux 3.0 is fully compatible and optimized for Moblin 2.0 with Clutter-based 3D UI and applications ready to customize for any Moorestown-based MID as demonstrated at MWC's demo in Feb 09 in Barcelona, IDF’s demo in April in Beijing, Computex’s demo in June 09 in Taiwan. It is a one stop software solution for any Mobile Internet Device.
In addition to the voice and messaging function, Midinux 3.0 provides a set of revolutionary UI and more key applications.
The Home Screen of Midinux 3.0 leverages 3D graphics tech.Besides traditional function as an applications launcher, the main UI adds two more user modes: Media Center and Communication Center. Users can quickly start applications and personalize the widgets to meet their needs; easily browse all the photos, playback all music and video clips; record the recent and favorite contact items including the call, messaging, email, and IM log.
Midinux 3.0 also provides key applications with rich user experience and optimized UI for MID, including Browser, Music/Video/Photo, local/web search, .etc.
PC Sync tool is another highlight of Midinux 3.0. It is a MID and PC Suite that can synchronize the Contacts, Calendar, Task, Email, Book Mark between MID and PC. The tool also supports synchronization of MID users’ data’s backup and restoring, and the installation of software from the PC side.
Asianux has established itself as the OS of choice for the Mobile Internet Device category since 2006 serving Asia, Europe and America. As one of the leading members of Asianux, Red Flag has successfully shipped MID products from Lenovo, BenQ, Clarion, Gigabyte and SFR. These shipping MID devices range from information location-based, entertainment MIDs to communication MIDs.
To enroll in Asianux Midinux 3.0 Early Access Program, please contact ‘
Asianux co-development has started since December 2003 and released Asianux 2.0. China RedFlag, Japan Miracle Linux and Korea Haansoft develop and sell identical product with Asianux brand in China, Japan and Korea market. Asinaux is a completely new software business project from Asia based on the concept of “Common, “Collaboration” and “Contribution”. Asianux brings together the know-how and development staff from leading enterprises from all over Asia to establish and Asian standard Linux platform. VietSoftware also joined Asianux on September 5th, 2007 and has released Asianux Server 3. Asianux will contribute in the open source software development in Vietnam.
Hosted by the Linux Foundation, Moblin is an optimized open source Linux software stack and technology framework that delivers visually rich Internet and media experiences on Intel? Atom™ Processor-based devices including MIDs, netbooks/nettops, in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), and embedded systems. More information can be found at www.moblin.org.