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Monday, November 16, 2009

Mahindra Satyam joins Symbian Foundation

Mahindra Satyam announced today that it has joined the Symbian Foundation, which, together with its ecosystem, is creating an open and complete mobile software platform

The platform is based on Symbian OS and software assets contributed by Nokia, NTT Docomo and Sony Ericsson, including the S60 and MOAP(S) user interfaces. Portions of the source code are already being moved to open source, under the Eclipse Public License. By mid-2010, this process will be complete, the company stated in a press release.

“The Symbian Foundation welcomes Mahindra Satyam into the community,” said Shaun Puckrin, head of community support for Symbian. “Our services members ensure that companies with great ideas for the Symbian community can reach their full potential - on time and within budget. By understanding and engaging with the Symbian platform, Mahindra Satyam will contribute to a growing, evolving mobile value chain”, he added.

As a member of the Symbian Foundation, Mahindra Satyam gains the immediate right to license the Symbian Foundation platform, royalty free and without source code fees, participate in the governance of the foundation and take part in joint marketing and branding campaigns.
The company's scrip on BSE on Monday was trading at Rs 108, down 1.55 per cent over the previous trading day's close of Rs 109.70.

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