During Symbian Exchange and Exposition 2010, on the 9th & 10th of November in Amsterdam, Comarch will host two exciting presentations showcasing its experiences and commitments to Symbian OS.
This year’s Symbian Exchange and Exposition (SEE) takes place on the 9th & 10th of November, 2010 in Beurs van Berlage, in Amsterdam. The event places Comarch in the midst of the most important event for the Symbian community, and provides the chance to share ideas and realize some of the vast possibilities that exist on the market.
Details regarding Comarch’s expert presentations during SEE 2010:
- If you have ever wondered what a Mexican painter, a Symbian smartphone and Lego bricks have in common, listen to the presentation Building Your First WOW!! Symbian Application | 9th of November 16:40 – 17.30 | Presenter: Piotr Madej, Senior R&D Manager at Comarch
- If you want to know why it is so important to engage a community in the Collaborative Testing Database (CTD) project, listen to the presentation Bringing Collaborative Test to Life – an Example of Community Effort | 10th of November | 16:40 – 17.30 | Presenters: Fred Blesser, Technology Manager, Collaborative Test at Symbian and Mariusz Lasek, Business Development Director at Comarch
Comarch has been offering its Solutions & Services in the field of Symbian OS since 2001. Cooperating closely with the world’s leading manufacturers of mobile devices based on Symbian OS, Comarch has been able to gain valuable experience working with the core components and features of Smartphones. Comarch’s software is installed on 9 out of 10 Symbian phones that are sold all over the world. Since its inception, the company has been an active member of the Symbian community, taking its place as a Platinum Partner, and later becoming an active affiliate of the Foundation. Today, Comarch is a fist selection vendor for OEMs as well as ODMs, Chipsets vendors, operators as well as for any other organizations looking for the best world class competences and professionals needed for all development and integration projects.
The following mobile applications developed by Comarch, mainly for the Symbian platform, will be showcased during SEE: Comarch Drafter and Comarch VOM (Targeted adds). Additionally, a comprehensive portfolio of services such as outsourced Symbian OS™ projects, application development, customization and variant creation and UX management will be presented.
To learn more about SEE 2010, visit http://www.see2010.org/.
About the Symbian Foundation
The Symbian Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to enable an open ecosystem dedicated to creating the most innovative user experiences on mobile devices. Symbian maintains the code for an open source software platform based on Symbian OS and software assets contributed by Nokia, NTT DOCOMO, and Sony Ericsson, including the S60 and MOAP(S) user interfaces. The Symbian platform is now a fully open source. The foundation promotes collaboration, contributions and active participation, and operates as a meritocracy. Symbian's board of directors comprises: AT&T Mobility LLC, Fujitsu Limited, Nokia Corporation, NTT DOCOMO, INC., Qualcomm Innovation Center, Ltd., Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, ST Microelectronics NV, Texas Instruments Inc., and Vodafone Group Services Ltd. The Symbian Foundation has offices in the UK (London), US (Foster City), Japan (Tokyo), Finland (Helsinki), China (Beijing) and South Korea (Seoul).
For more information please visit http://www.symbian.org.