|By Business Wire||
|June 2, 2014 01:44 PM EDT||
Insyde® Software, a leading provider of Unified Firmware Interface BIOS and x86 Android™ software distributions today announced its participation in delivering Android porting, development and testing services for the nabi® DreamTab HD8, the industry’s first Android tablet based on Intel® Atom™ Z3745 processor (codename Bay Trail). The nabi DreamTab HD8 has been designed from the ground up by Fuhu® and DreamWorks Animation to engage kids with groundbreaking digital experiences that will help them unlock their full creative potential.
Insyde Software has extensive experience in helping the world’s leading computing companies get to market with Android-on-x86 products. With unmatched expertise in Android deployment and porting services, Insyde continues to be one of the most trusted sources that companies turn to when deciding to enable the most stable and optimized Android experience on their platforms.
“We are excited to provide our considerable Android-on-x86 development experience for this important tablet based on Intel technology,” said Aven Chuang, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Personal Computing Group at Insyde Software. “Our ability to quickly enable and help deploy Android on the latest Intel platform designs is definitely appreciated by our customers,” added Chuang.
“The latest generation of Intel Atom SoCs provides new Android-based x86 tablets such as the DreamTab with high performance, long battery life and compelling graphics and media experience for a great Android tablet,” said Sam Gao, director, Customer Technology Solutions for the Mobile Computing Group at Intel. “We are excited to work with Insyde Software in enabling new interactive consumer experiences for Intel Android tablets.”
For more information regarding Insyde Software’s latest Android-on-x86 solutions and services, please visit the company during Computex Taipei 2014 from June 3rd to June 6th at the Grand Hyatt Taipei hotel in suite 2408.
About Insyde Software
Insyde Software (www.insyde.com) is a leading global provider of BIOS, UEFI-based firmware, Linux & Android software solutions and custom engineering services for companies in the mobile, server, desktop and embedded computing industries. The company is publicly held (GTSM: 6231) and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan with U.S. headquarters in Westborough, MA. The company’s customers include the world’s leading computer systems designers and manufacturers.
Insyde is a registered trademark of Insyde Software in the United States and other countries. Intel is a registered trademark and Intel Atom is a trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and other Countries. Fuhu is a registered trademark of Fuhu Inc. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
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