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    Hi all,

    Since I live in the USA, Florida to be exact, it is interesting to see how other markets & other countries view Palm & webOS.

    Enjoy.

    Take care,

    Jay

    HP to marry Palm tech with its own for products Bangalore, Dec 15, DHNS

    HP to marry Palm tech with its own for products

    Following its acquisition of Palm Inc, HP Labs, now plans to integrate some of the mobile technology it has obtained from the purchase with its own.


    HP Multimedia Communication & Networking Labs Director John Apostolopoulos said HP Labs in Palo Alto and Bangalore would work to bring the technology from the acquisition to the market place.

    “India, with its increasing mobile subscription numbers, would be ideal place to market things like multi-lingual input/output, gesture-based technology (on mobile) and use of mobile to get better TV viewing experience.”

    HP’s R&D wing would play key role in bolstering Palm’s webOS platform with innovations such as gesture and other human-machine interface technology. Despite developing several backend software technologies which is part of mobile experiences, he said HP needs to make significant headway into smartphone and mobile connectivity market, estimated to be US$100 billion.

    “We’re not known in consumer (mobile) software segment in spite of our technology being used in fixed mobile conversion, two-way video streaming etc… We depended on Microsoft for our software requirement which was a mistake. With Palm acquisition we are hoping to correct it,” he said.

    HP Labs India Director Sudhir Dixit said his team has been working around video/image technology. “Things like 3D have significant growth potential in sectors like education and entertainment. We are working with Palo Alto (Labs) in developing technology unique and relevant to India,” he said.
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    Thanks Jay! You come up with the most interesting articles. I was looking the other day at HP’s cloud computing initiative and was thinking what a great fit webOS is for cloud infrastructure and I quote "to enable an “Everything-as-a-Service” economy of:
    • A shared cloud infrastructure that provides enterprise-grade security, scalability and quality of service.
    • A development environment that makes it easy for enterprise application developers who are used to creating small standalone applications to in turn deliver secure- multi-tenant applications horizontally scalable to millions of users.
    • An operating environment that seamlessly delivers and updates Cloud services without impacting user experience.
    • An easy way to combine multiple Cloud services in order to achieve business or personal tasks."
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  3.    #3  
    Hi,

    You welcome,

    BTW Happy Holidays to all!

    take care,

    Jay
    Please Support Research into Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain and Spinal Injuries. If You Suffer from These, Consider Joining or Better Yet Forming a Support Group. No One Should Suffer from the Burden of Chronic Pain, Jay M. S. Founder, Leesburg Fibromyalgia/Resources Group

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