30 th Dec 2005 – Brogent Technologies, Inc., a leading company in Taiwan providing customers with various embedded/mobile software solutions, today announced that it has been selected as Freescale Developer Network Member . Brogent's membership as an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) in worldwide program reveals our value-add and expertise for OEMs over Freescale Developer Network .
“ The Freescale Developer Network Member program provides us with the opportunity to interact with key customers in the communication and semiconductor industry, ” said C.H. Oyang, CEO of Brogent Technologies. “ We are delighted to be selected as Freescale Developer Network Member. For Wireless and Communication OEMs, this means they can add our multimedia embedded/mobile software solutions on all of their platforms without increasing time and cost for their platforms but increasing their value to the market.”
So far, Brogent has been the Freescale Developer Network Member , Microsoft ® Windows Embedded Partner (WEP) Gold-Level Member, TI-OMAPTM ODN, MontaVista® Partnering Program, Intel PCA Develop Network M ember and the Adopter of Khronos Group OpenGL® ES. Furthermore, for building more high-level and world-wide partnership, Brogent is applying to be the TI-OMAPTM ODC and OMA Supporter Membership. We hope that those efforts will benefit our customers to get more business value and advanced technology.
For more information, please contact:
Brogent Technologies, Inc.
15-1, 260 Jung-Shang 2nd Rd., Kaohsiung, Taiwan ROC.
Tel: +886-7-537 2869 Fax: +886-7-537 2879
Brogent Technologies, Inc. is a leading software company in Taiwan, which provides software-based solutions for multimedia technologies for the Internet, telecommunication, and consumer electronics markets. As a rare software design company located in Kaohsuing City, the company has established its great reputation in multimedia content designing (3D animation, web design, CD title, game, e-learning, etc.) and innovative technology providing for device manufacturers, ISPs and end users.