Atlanta (PRWEB) January 15, 2010
Systems on Chip LLC, an Atlanta based wireless design firm, announced today the launch of Wireless Open Source, an online forum designed to allow developers to fast track wireless cellular hardware and software product development with minimal time and cost.
The launch of Wireless Open Source developers forum solves the historic development problem that has created frustration and delays within the wireless development industry the requirement for a software platform which works in conjunction with a wireless hardware design framework. The Wireless Open Source program completes the integration and production issue of these two disparate disciplines. This solution provides a shippable, certified integrated circuit board with the tools necessary to make it run on the same package, saving costly development, design time and resources. The hardware designs are based around producing an open source hardware product that is already network certified to meet not only regulatory but industry requirements.
Wireless Open Source is an outlet for companies and developers to find certified GSM/GPRS, 3G, and eventually 4G open source hardware designs, which will allow nearly anyone to quickly develop wireless products. You will find hardware designs ranging from simple serial GSM/GPRS hardware to a full blown 3G ARM 11