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Motorola A768 Smart phone uses Sleepycat platform

Posted: 16 Feb 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Motorola Inc. has adopted Berkeley DB, an open source technology, from Sleepycat Software for use within its latest A768 Smart phone released in China.

Sleepycat worked closely with Motorola during the development cycle to add options to Berkeley DB to enable key functions of the A768. Berkeley DB provides the A768 smart phone with an open, flexible and transaction-protected data manager for a number of integrated new functions including the contacts database and repository for downloaded files, Java applications, audio and video.

"We rely on best-of-breed open source software such as Berkeley DB to reduce time-to-market and cost when developing our smart phones that enable new differentiating services for customers," said Mike Sudol, Motorola VP and general manager for GSM High-Tier Product Group.

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