The companies see the partnership as giving end users a richer and smoother internet and media experience on connected devices running on the Omap architecture. The platform includes applications processors, a comprehensive software suite and power management technology for mobile devices.
Users will be able to quickly update and run Flash-based third-party content and applications on smartphones and mobile internet devices.
"TI has a long history of shipping devices with Flash technology, and we are pleased to incorporate Adobe Flash Player 10 and Adobe Air into our portfolio, enabling our customers to deliver a desktop-compatible internet browsing experience on the Omap platform," said Remi El-Ouazzane, vice president and general manager for TI's Omap platform business unit.
TI will also provide Flash technology support on the Zoom Omap34x-II mobile development platform (MDP), with future support for planned Omap processor-based reference platforms.
The two companies are hoping to make the most of Omap's hardware acceleration capabilities to help improve video and graphics performance at lower power.
"Adobe Flash is the leading platform for rich applications, content and video on the web today, and this collaboration is an important step towards bringing web content and complete internet experiences to mobile devices," said David Wadhwani, general manager and vice president of the platform business unit at Adobe.
"Mobile users expect to access their favourite content anywhere at any time, and much of that content is based on Flash. The work with TI on the Omap platform and the Zoom Omap34x-II MDP will help deliver these rich experiences to a new range of devices, including smartphones and mobile internet devices worldwide."
A pre-release of the optimised Adobe Flash Player 10 for devices is expected to be available to manufacturers this summer. An official production release is due early next year.
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