Short for Linux Mobile, LiMo is an open hardware-independent, Linux-based operating system for mobile devices. The LiMo platform enables the design, development and deployment of mobile phone devices based on an architecture built around an open operating system with a secure runtime environment for the support of downloaded applications.
The LiMo Foundation
The LiMo Foundation Platform architecture leverages existing standards and open source projects in development. Started by Motorola, The LiMo Foundation has about 40 members, including Verizon Wireless handset suppliers Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics. The consortium is focused on providing an open and globally consistent handset software platform based upon Mobile Linux, called LiMo.
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