The project is dedicated to supporting rich internet content across televisions, personal computers, mobile devices and consumer electronics.
The project has gained the support of ARM, Cisco, Intel, LG Electronics, Motorola, Nokia, NTT DoCoMo, Qualcomm, Samsung Sony Ericsson and others.
Also supporting the Open Screen Project are content providers, including the BBC, MTV Networks, and NBC Universal, all of which want to reliably deliver rich web and video experiences live and on-demand across a variety of devices.
The Open Screen Project is working to enable a consistent runtime environment - taking advantage of Adobe Flash Player and, in the future, Adobe AIR - that will remove barriers for developers and designers as they publish content and applications across desktops and devices.
The Open Screen Project will address potential technology fragmentation by enabling the runtime technology to be updated seamlessly over the air on mobile devices.
The consistent runtime environment is intended to provide optimal performance across a variety of operating systems and devices, and ultimately provide the best experience to consumers.
To support this, Adobe will continue its open access to Adobe Flash technology, accelerating the deployment of content and rich internet applications (RIAs).
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