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"Ahmedabad-based product and semiconductor design solutions company, eInfochips, is all set to provide Android Kit-Kat based services for the new device and product manufacturers in western countries.
On Tuesday, company announced that eInfochips has taken an initiative to accelerate time-to-market for products based on the soon-to-be-released Android 4.4 operating system, otherwise known as Kit-Kat. The company will assist to several companies in US making products, devices and offering various services on Android platforms, to upgrade on latest operating system, Kit-Kat.
The new Kit-Kat version of Android is expected to extend Android penetration into embedded systems such as home automation appliances, medical equipment, and wearable devices. To assist systems manufacturers who want to move quickly at this inflection point, eInfochips has assembled a comprehensive array of Android engineering services and test products, informed the statement issued by company.
eInfochips Android expertise will help customers to achieve faster time-to-market with fewer resources, said chief marketing and business development officer for eInfochips,
The statement issued by eInfochips said that optimising the time to market of a product requires extensive Android engineering experience and expertise. Gaps in these skills can negatively affect design quality, lengthen time to market, and ultimately reduce profitability. "Having contributed to over five hundred hardware and software product designs, eInfochips can fill such gaps with skills and experience needed for platform porting, multi-media integration, application development, and performance optimization," Mehta added.
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