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TRANGO to Provide Secure Virtualization Support for Symbian

TRANGO Announced It Has Partnered with Symbian to Support the Growing Market for Symbian OS Mobile Phones

TRANGO announced it has partnered with Symbian to support the growing market for Symbian OS mobile phones, extending the benefits of virtualization to the Symbian ecosystem. Symbian develops and licenses Symbian OS, the open operating system for mobile phones. Symbian OS is licensed by handset manufacturers, and to date, over 200 million Symbian devices have shipped worldwide to over 250 major network operators.

"This partnership reflects our focus on the mobile market and the unique value we offer to mobile phone designs in particular," said Brad Suessmith, Senior VP and GM, TRANGO Virtual Processors."By becoming a Symbian partner, we are increasing the reach of the TRANGO Hypervisor while strengthening our relationships with Symbian mobile phone users, application developers, manufacturers and carriers.

"Partnering with companies such as TRANGO Virtual Processors will help fuel the development of compelling solutions for our fast-evolving mobile market," said Mike Whittingham, Vice President Ecosystem Development, Symbian. "The addition of TRANGO Virtual Processors to our partner program underscores our commitment to enabling innovation within the expanding Symbian ecosystem."

"Virtualization has only recently become available on mobile phones-- we look forward to seeing this technology enable new value for our licensees," added Whittingham.

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