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Cellular-News: Fragmentation is Slowing Linux Uptake in Mobile Phones

Apr 07, 2007, 12:00 (4 Talkback[s])

"Fragmentation is one of the most common complaints levied against Linux as a cell phone operating system, reports IMS Research--and, at present, there is a relatively high degree of variation in Linux-based solutions when compared to other platforms such as Symbian or Windows Mobile.

"The Linux ecosystem will have to continue to address fragmentation in order for cellular Linux to remain a viable alternative to strong competitors; however, IMS Research does not believe that fragmentation will hamper the platform in the long-term..."

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