Does Intel have a program for developers who want to develop applications for the UMPC ?

Does Intel have a program for developers who want to develop applications for the UMPC ?

Hi,

Does Intel have a program for developers to test and develop applications on the UMPC for Linux ?

If yes, I'd be interested to know details of the same

:Sankarshan

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Hi!

Try to contact the Intel Software college.

http://www.intel.com/software/college/

Regards,

Arun

Intel doesn't have any SDKs for Linux at this point. It is something that is being consideredso you might check back in a few months.

For information about the Intel Software Partner Program's Ultra Mobile Market Segment Initiative,undertheir Mobility track, click here.

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Did the software college link work???Kate [http://samsung-focus.co.cc/]

If I am not mistaken, Intel does provide a Mobile Platform SDK. Info isavailable at http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-mobile-platform-sdk-for-windows-release-notes/. However, to my knowledge, there is no explicit Mobile Developer Program...AppUp is for Netbooks with Atom chips andhas a MeeGo (Intel's Linux) section and allows for development in Java, C/C++ andC#. Best wishes.

- CCK

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