The European Commission has cleared the formation of Symbian, a joint venture between Psion, Nokia, and Ericsson, to develop an industry-standard for wireless communications devices.
The three companies, along with fourth partner Motorola, aim to design an operating system based on Psion's Epoc 32 operating system, which can be used on next generation wireless devices, such as smart phones and handheld communicators.
Symbian said in a statement that the EC had given its approval after consulting with other organisations in the wireless information device industry.
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