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Today Android is the leading mobile operating system worldwide, and technology analysts claim it will support nearly half of all smartphones and tablets in just a few short years. Although each new Android release enhances the mobile user experience exponentially, it also creates unique hardware-OS compatibility challenges for mobile device manufacturers and system-on-a-chip (SoC) providers.
A single generation of a mobile application processor (i.e., the SoC that powers a mobile device) can span through multiple versions of an Android operating system. As such, mobile device manufacturers and SoC providers must frequently adapt new Android OS versions to run on their existing hardware. These ongoing adaptation efforts can quickly become overwhelming and pull focus away from core R&D initiatives.
GlobalLogic helps mobile device manufacturers and ARM-based mobile SoC providers focus on their core business by taking full responsibility for adapting new versions of Android OS for current and previous revisions of their ARM-based mobile application processors. Our ARM and Android expertise ensures a smooth adaptation process while enabling clients to redirect their engineering efforts towards working on future innovations.