Qualcomm, Macromedia partner for BREW apps

Qualcomm and Macromedia today at BREW 2005 announced a partnership to distribute Flash-based mobile applications through Qualcomm's BREW platform. In addition to the partnership, Macromedia has joined the BREW Alliance Program as an elite member. Macromedia's mobile products include Macromedia Flash Lite and the Macromedia Flash authoring tool. Flash Lite is the mobile version of Flash. Macromedia has been pushing aggressively into the wireless market in the last six months. The company has a key partnership with NTT DoCoMo in Japan. No financial details of the partnership were released.

For more on Qualcomm's new BREW deal with Macromedia:
- read this press release

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