collaborated with Freescale Semiconductor to pre-load its software on
Freescale’s Android tablet reference designs.
May 31 – June 4, Freescale will demonstrate Quickoffice’s leading mobile Office
viewer on its Android Board Support Package (BSP) to showcase the performance,
design flexibility and rich capabilities of the Freescale Smart Application
Blueprint for Rapid Engineering (SABRE) platform for tablets, based on the
i.MX53 family of multimedia applications processors.
and streamlining productivity on-the-go, Quickoffice Pro for
Android-based devices provides robust viewing and editing of Microsoft Office
Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. In addition, the application seamlessly
integrates with mobile cloud storage providers, including Google docs, Box.net,
Huddle, SugarSync and Dropbox, to enable users to easily access their digital
content stored in remote cloud repositories.
Quickofficealso provides a
user-friendly interface that is responsive to a consumer’s touch via its
proprietary SmartTouch technology and includes an intuitive file manager for
easy selection and movement of documents.
excited to collaborate with Freescale and bring our powerful application to the
company’s long list of ODM and OEM customers,” said Gregg Fiddes, VP of sales
and business development at Quickoffice.
Android-based tablet market is exploding and we see numerous development
opportunities to work with leading manufacturers in creating high-end
solutions. This collaboration supports our ongoing corporate growth and
expansion to an even broader worldwide audience,” Fiddes added.
grows for Freescale solutions targeting the exciting tablet market, we are
increasingly collaborating with industry leaders to build an ecosystem of
features that run seamlessly on our i.MX processors,” said Robert Thompson,
tablet marketing lead for Freescale Semiconductor.
provides valuable mobile office features that enable end-users to increase
their productivity on i.MX-powered tablets, and we are pleased to demonstrate
this solution in conjunction with our reference platform,” Thompson added.
Freescale’swww.freescale.comBoard Support Packages
(BSPs), codecs and middleware maximize the capabilities of the i.MX53 feature
set, while reducing overall system power consumption to enable longer play time
on tablets. Freescale’s i.MX processors are well adopted in the eReader and
SABRE platform for tablets can be used for a range of mobile devices requiring
low power and an exceptional user experience. With the i.MX53 on-chip
offerings, system-level power and performance optimizations and form-factor
readiness, Freescale’s SABRE platform for tablets enables customers to rapidly
innovate new consumer products, while providing a foundation for enabling new
product designs in vertical markets.