Toshiba Information Systems signed a licensing agreement on Thursday to integrate Macromedia Flash support into its embedded software offerings.
The company described Macromedia Flash as the best choice because it can build user interfaces for various device form factors.
"With Macromedia Flash, we obtain support for an industry standard, a huge developer base, powerful authoring software, and a wide array of content types that we can now deliver," said Keiichi Ishikawa, general manager of the embedded systems solution division at Toshiba IS.
Peter Meechan, vice president at Macromedia, added: "With Macromedia Flash as a core technology of its offerings, Toshiba IS will be able to develop user interfaces faster and more cost-effectively for its OEM projects."
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