Access inks development deal with CodeSourcery

News out of the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco: Software developer Access Co. announced the additions of eight new members to the Access Connect Ecosystem partner program, including a strategic alliance with CodeSourcery designed to improve development of native Linux-based mobile applications. Per terms of the agreement, Access' Linux platform will incorporate CodeSourcery's Sourcery G++ development tools, promising developers greater freedom of compiler choice and binary compatibility. Access also announced the launch of a new website, alp.access-company.com, showcasing its Linux platform and improving the accessibility of developer information.

"Access is committed to driving industry momentum to accelerate the growth of mobile Linux as a platform for the new, digital life generation," said Access president and co-founder Toru Arakawa in a prepared statement. "With our Access Linux Platform and ACE partner program, Access delivers a complete, native Linux-based solution and a robust global ecosystem that allows customers and developers to harness the full power of Linux for mobile and converged devices."

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