Panasonic cellphones use Ikvio SVG Player

Tuesday 10 May 2005 | 17:31 CET | News
Panasonic Mobile Communications has integrated the Ikvio SVG Player from Stockholm, Sweden-based Ikvio, provider of mobile Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) software, with its recently-launched MX7, MX6, SA7, SA6, VS7 and VS3 mobile phones. The phones will use SVG for mobile user interface personalisation and other regular services. Panasonic acquired the Ikivo technology via licensing agreement with Infineon Technologies, provider of the Ikivo SVG Player integrated in the APOXI framework software.

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