Myriad announces $10 million Taiwanese deal to drive Blu-Ray solutions


Myriad Group, a global provider of mobile technology
having shipped over 3.8 billion software applications on more than 2.2 billion
phones, announced a $10M customer contract renewal with a leading Taiwanese
semiconductor company, which extends the partnership through to 2013.


Since 2007, Myriad Group has worked with customers to offer
game-changing technologies for the Blu-ray


Under the renewed contract, Myriad Group will integrate
its Jbed Advanced CDC technology into Blu-ray chip technology to offer one
complete, high-performance solution. Myriad’s ongoing collaboration with
companies in this sector will continue to dramatically enhance Blu-ray chip
performance, while accelerating shipments to fuel further expansion into the
APAC region.


Leveraging its deep expertise in embedded software
technology, Myriad‘s Jbed Advanced CDC solution, a
powerful, fully compliant Java ME platform, enables Java programs and
Java-based middleware to quickly and seamlessly improve user experience through
faster start-up and response times.


“All metrics continue to indicate APAC as one of the
fastest growing regions for consumer electronics, including Blu-ray,” said
Simon Wilkinson, CEO of Myriad Group.


“We are pleased to continue our long-standing relationships
in the region, and we are eager to carry on playing an integral part in
supplying the cutting-edge solutions needed to fuel growth in the APAC
marketplace as well as further afield,” Wilkinson added.


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