msystems' mDOC H3 Embedded Flash Drive Is Symbian Approved
msystems has announced that the mDOC H3 embedded flash drive has been accredited the "Symbian Approved" mark by Symbian, the software licensing company that develops and licenses Symbian OS, the open operating system for smartphones.
After completing pre-qualifications in Symbian labs, Symbian has approved the mDOC H3, msystems' embedded flash drive solution for Symbian OS for smooth integration of the latest raw NAND flash material from major silicon partners. mDOC H3 from msystems is based on more than 17 years of flash expertise, a robust intellectual property portfolio and on technology deployed in millions of tier-one mobile handsets. The mDOC H3 embedded flash drive, now mass produced in a range of densities up to 1-gigabyte, is available from msystems. The 2-gigabyte mDOC H3 is slated for availability within about a month.
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