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Consortium of firms that develops open standards for mobile devices

Open Handset Alliance
Abbreviation OHA
Germination November five, 2007; fifteen years agone
 (2007-11-05)
Type Open mobile platform (Android) evolution organization
Headquarters Mount View, California, U.South.

Region served

Worldwide
Website www.openhandsetalliance.com

The
Open Handset Brotherhood
(OHA) is a consortium of 84 firms to develop open standards for mobile devices. Member firms include HTC, Sony, Dell, Intel, Motorola, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, Google, Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, T-Mobile, Sprint Corporation (now merged with T-Mobile United states of america), Nvidia, and Current of air River Systems.[1]
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History

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The OHA was established on November v, 2007, led by Google with 34 members,[1]
including mobile handset makers, application developers, some mobile network operators and flake makers.[iii]
Android, the flagship software of the brotherhood (first adult by Google in 2007), is based on an open up-source license and has competed against mobile platforms from Apple (iOS), Microsoft (Windows Phone), Nokia (Symbian), HP (formerly Palm), Samsung Electronics / Intel (Tizen, bada), and BlackBerry (BlackBerry OS).

As part of its efforts to promote a unified Android platform, OHA members are contractually forbidden from producing devices that are based on competing forks of Android.[4]
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Products

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At the same fourth dimension every bit the proclamation of the formation of the Open Handset Alliance on November 5, 2007, the OHA likewise unveiled Android Open Source Projection, an open up-source mobile phone platform based on the Linux kernel.[one]
An early on look at the SDK was released to developers on November 12, 2007.[6]

The first commercially available telephone running Android was the HTC Dream (too known as the T-Mobile G1). Information technology was approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on August 18, 2008,[7]
and became available on October 22 of that twelvemonth.[8]

Members

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The members of the Open up Handset Alliance are:

Joining date Network operators Software developers Component manufacturers Device manufacturers Other
November 2007[9]
  • KDDI Corporation
  • NTT DoCoMo
  • Sprint Nextel
  • T-Mobile
  • Mainland china Mobile
  • Telecom Italian republic
  • Telefónica
  • Ascender Corporation
  • eBay
  • Google
  • LivingImage
  • Myriad
  • Nuance Communications
  • PacketVideo
  • SkyPop
  • SONiVOX
  • Wind River Systems
  • Audition
  • Broadcom Corporation
  • CSR Plc.
  • Intel Corporation
  • Marvell Technology Group
  • NVIDIA Corporation
  • Qualcomm
  • Synaptics
  • Texas Instruments
  • HTC
  • LG
  • Sony (joined as Sony Ericsson)
  • Motorola Mobility (joined as Motorola)
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Flex Comix
  • Nexus Telecom
  • The Amazing Tribe
December 2008[ten]
  • Vodafone
  • Softbank
  • OMRON
  • AKM Semiconductor
  • ARM
  • Atheros Communications
  • ST-Ericsson (joined as Ericsson Mobile Platforms)
  • Asus
  • Garmin
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Sony Mobile (joined every bit Sony Ericsson)
  • Toshiba
  • Borqs
  • Teleca
May–June 2009
  • Cathay Unicom[11]
  • SVOX[12]
  • Acer[13]
September 2009
  • MIPS Technologies[14]
January 2010
  • Bouygues Telecom[15]
  • ZTE Corporation[xvi]
  • Sasken Advice Technologies Limited[17]
May 2010
  • NXP Software[eighteen]
July 2010
  • Access[19]
  • MediaTek[20]
November 2010
  • VisualOn[21]
June 2011
  • Intrinsyc
July 2011
  • Andago
Date unknown
  • Cathay Telecommunications Corporation
  • Telus[22]
  • Cooliris
  • Motoya Co., Ltd.
  • Cypress Semiconductor Corporation
  • Freescale Semiconductor
  • Gemalto
  • Renesas Electronics Corporation
  • Via Technologies
  • Alcatel Mobile Phones
  • Compal Communications
  • Dell
  • Foxconn
  • Haier
  • Kyocera
  • Lenovo
  • NEC
  • Abrupt Corporation
  • Saygus
  • Accenture
  • 50&T Infotech
  • SQL Star International Inc.
  • Wipro Technologies

See also

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  • Google Nexus
  • Symbian Foundation
  • LiMo Foundation
  • Open Mobile Alliance
  • Automotive Grade Linux

References

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    “Industry Leaders Denote Open Platform for Mobile Devices”. Open up Handset Brotherhood. November five, 2007. Retrieved
    November v,
    2007
    .



  2. ^


    “Alliance FAQ”.
    Open up Handset Alliance
    . Retrieved
    August xvi,
    2022
    .



  3. ^


    “Open up Handset Alliance members page”. Open Handset Alliance. November 5, 2007. Retrieved
    November 5,
    2007
    .



  4. ^


    “Alibaba: Google simply plainly wrong near our OS”.
    CNET News. September xv, 2012.



  5. ^


    Amadeo, Ron (Oct 21, 2013). “Google’due south fe grip on Android: Controlling open source past any means necessary”.
    Ars Technica. p. 3. Retrieved
    December 1,
    2013
    .



  6. ^


    “Developers”. Open up Handset Alliance. November five, 2007. Retrieved
    November 5,
    2007
    .



  7. ^


    “FCC Approved HTC Dream”. Engadget. Baronial 18, 2008.


  8. ^


    Brockman, Joshua (September 24, 2008). “Google Is Calling. Will You Answer?”.
    NPR.



  9. ^


    “Open Handset Alliance Members”. October xv, 2008.


  10. ^


    “Open up Handset Alliance announces xiv new members”. Open up Handset Alliance. December 9, 2008.


  11. ^


    “Open Handset Alliance member announcements”
    联通加入谷歌手机联盟将开发Android手机.
    Sina Corporation
    (Press release) (in Simplified Chinese). May 17, 2009. Retrieved
    Baronial 16,
    2022
    .



  12. ^


    “SVOX announces its joining of the Open up Handset Alliance”. SVOX. May 27, 2009.


  13. ^


    “Acer announces its joining of the Open Handset Alliance”. Acer. June 1, 2009.


  14. ^


    “MIPS Technologies Joins the Open Handset Alliance”. MIPS Technologies, Inc. September 30, 2009.


  15. ^


    “Bouygues Telecom devient membre de fifty’Open Handset Alliance”. bboxnews.fr. January six, 2010. Archived from the original on March 19, 2015. Retrieved
    Apr 25,
    2020
    .



  16. ^


    “ZTE to launch Android handsets this quarter”. ZTE. January 15, 2010.


  17. ^


    “Sasken joins Open Handset Alliance”. SASKEN. Jan 22, 2010.


  18. ^


    “NXP Software Joins the Open Handset Alliance”
    (PDF). NXP. May xviii, 2010.



  19. ^


    “Access Joins the Open up Handset Alliance”. Access. July 29, 2010. Archived from the original on December 2, 2010.


  20. ^


    “MediaTek Joins the Open Handset Brotherhood Continuous Commitment to Providing Multimedia-Rich Android Solutions”. MediaTek. July 12, 2010. Archived from the original on Apr xvi, 2013.


  21. ^


    “VisualOn Joins the Open Handset Alliance to Enhance the Multimedia Capabilities of the Android Platform”. VisualOn. November nine, 2010.


  22. ^


    “Open Handset Brotherhood Members Mobile Operators”. Dec 27, 2010.

External links

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  • Open Handset Brotherhood official website
  • Automotive Grade Linux official website



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Handset_Alliance