seemed that if the industry had decided to go for a mobile alternative to the current, the balance was decanted for Firefox OS. Not at all well. Canonical has announced the creation of the Carrier Advisory Group (CAG), a group formed by various operators interested in the development of Ubuntu, especially in the mobile segment, of course, although we know that Ubuntu aims to be a road system.
companies that currently make up CAG are Deutsche Telekom, Everything Everywhere, Korea Telecom, LG Uplus, Portugal Telecom, SK Telecom, Telecom Italia, but the names are involved, including “ the first international operator Spanish “. Telefónica?? Not been clarified.CAG
work will be to participate in the development of mobile Ubuntu, but not in the strict development code based to provide, but the strategy on issues such technologies to exploit, market strategies and other . Of course, this announcement is a new impetus to the initiative of Canonical, which is no longer at its peril (ie, it still is, because the operators peck a little here and a little there, but end up snuggling in the sun more heated, but this can happen to any other company).
after the announcement of collaboration between Ubuntu and repairers XDA Developers, which would become the technical side of the matter, the commercial alliance begins to take shape too. It will be in the first half of 2014 when we see the first real fruits (all you can eat). Are they rich?yarpp-related-none” class=”yarpp-related
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