Creating a Universal Software Experience Across Devices

Interfaces
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In an ideal world, developers would be able to write one software application that can span multiple devices (i.e. smart phones, tablets, netbooks) and platforms. This would allow developers to save hours of development time while expanding their revenue streams by repurposing one program or application for multiple devices. By having a completely open source platform, it would be available to any OEM, device manufacturer and network operator who wished to use it. For developers, this would create an open source ecosystem for computing devices, yet maintain the freedom for manufacturer and developer innovation. Because an open source platform would work across different platforms, it would help decrease market fragmentation and complexity, accelerating the time-to-market for applications. Additionally, one platform would give consumers a universal software experience for multiple devices. During this session, Peddibhotla will discuss how open source platforms can run on multiple hardware devices including tablets, smart phones and any number of upcoming Internet-connected devices such as TVs and in-car dashboard systems. He will also examine how this open source ecosystem can foster innovation and how to identify new market opportunities for developers and OEMs.

Sunita Shenoy

Intel

Sunita Shenoy is a Segment Marketing Manager in Intel’s Software and Services Group, responsible for product definition and marketing of Operating Systems for Intel Atom Processor based Tablets and Netbooks. Prior to this, she was responsible for OS for Automotive In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems. She has been involved in Intel’s open source technology initiatives since 2006 and Software initiatives since 2000. Since joining Intel in 1992, she has held a variety of management and engineering roles spanning from silicon design, platform validation, and software development to establishing partner programs for the software ecosystem. She earned the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University in 1992 and Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics & Communications from Karnatak University, 1989.

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