BANGALORE, India India's Sasken Communication Technologies said Thursday (Oct. 7) it plans to invest about $20 million in applications, intellectual property and integration services for mobile platform developers.
Saksen, a partner in the Symbian mobile OS group, also said about $7 million of its investment will be earmarked for a range of Symbian platform development and integration services for next-generation smart phones.
It now offers customization, integration, testing services and core multimedia IP components and applications based on the Symbian operating system.
The investments in Symbian technology are expected to position Sasken as a global Symbian development center. The company is already working on Symbian solutions for European and Asian customers, including Panasonic Mobile Communications of Japan.