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MeeGo is a Linux-based open source mobile operating system which is designed to act as an operating system for hardware platforms such as mobile phones, net books, tablets, connected TVs and ...

MeeGo is a Linux-based open source mobile operating system which is designed to act as an operating system for hardware platforms such as mobile phones, net books, tablets, connected TVs and in-vehicle infotainment system.

It was first announced at Mobile world Congress in Feb 2010 by Intel and Nokia in joint press conference.

The stated aim is to merge the efforts of Intel's Moblin and Nokia's Maemo former projects into one new common project. i.e. “MeeGo”

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    • MEEGO
      -Presentation By
      GURUPRASAD T V
      8th SEM CSE
      MITK
      guruprasadtv@gmail.com
      +919900652616
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    • Contents
      • Introduction to MeeGo
      • MeeGo architecture
      • What makes MeeGo unique
      • Difference between MeeGo and Android
      • Benefits of MeeGo software platform
      • Conclusion
      • Bibliography
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    • INTRODUCTION
      • MeeGo is a Linux-based open source mobile operating system which is designed to act as an operating system for hardware platforms such as mobile phones, net books, tablets, connected TVs and in-vehicle infotainment system.
      • It was first announced at Mobile world Congress in Feb 2010 by Intel and Nokia in joint press conference.
      • The stated aim is to merge the efforts of Intel's Moblin and Nokia's Maemo former projects into one new common project. i.e. “MeeGo”
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    • Continued..
      • Maemo is a software platform developed by Nokia for Smartphones and internet tablets which is based on Debian Linux distribution.
      • Moblin(Mobile Linux) is Intel’s open source mobile operating system and application stack for Mobile internet devices(MIDs),netbooks etc.
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    • MEEGO ARCHITECTURE
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    • Architecture can be viewed in three different ways:
      • Layer view
      • Domain view
      • API view
      Layer view:
      It shows the separation of different layers and user experience (UX) verticals. The Layer view consists of three layers: User Experience, Application API, and Core OS layers.
      • UX provides the Application Framework for each device profile.
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    • Continued…
      • Application API layer provides the interface for application development.
      • Core OS layer contains all the middleware/OS service domains and the hardware adaptation services
      Domain view:
      This can be viewed in several domains and subsystems under each domain as follows
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    • Continued…
      • Security
      • Data Management
      • Software Management
      • System
      • Location
      • Kernel
      • Multimedia
      • Essentials
      • Communications
      • Qt (pronounced as "cute”)
      • Graphics
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    • Continued…
      API view:
      This view illustrates the contents of MeeGo API.
      The MeeGo API includes the development libraries to use when creating applications for MeeGo-based platforms. It’s based on Qt and Qt Mobility.
      • Qt is fully object-oriented, easily extensible, and allows true component programming which provides application developers with the functionality to build applications.
      • Qt Mobility delivers a set of APIs to Qt.
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    • Continued…
      Hardware adaptation software:
      There are multiple software components that a hardware vendor must provide for MeeGo to run successfully on their platform architecture.
      The hardware adaption s/w is divided into the following subsystems:
      -Security -Sensor
      -Device Mode -Audio
      -Camera -Imaging and Video
      -Location -Connectivity
      -Input -Display and Graphics
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    • WHAT MAKES MEEGO UNIQUE?
      Broad industry support and adoption in all categories
      Great User experience
      Great OS
      Multi-category
      Multi-HW
      Active community
      Open governance model
      Close relationship with upstream projects
      A partnership project
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    • Nokia’s First MeeGo Smartphone is Nokia N950.
      Features:
      • 12 megapixels autofocus camera.
      • 1080P HD video playback.
      • Wireless LAN WiFi
      • miniUSB
      • Bluetooth v3.0
      • 1.2GHz dual-core processor
      • Multi-format music player
      • Video player and video recording
      • 4G connectivity GPS with aGPS support.
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    • Difference b/w MeeGo and Android
      • MeeGo and Android both are open sourced Linux based smart phone operating system whereas MeeGo is a coordinated effort by the Linux community but Android not.
      • Android project is currently carried out by Google and MeeGo is carried out by Intel and Nokia as a joint venture.
      • Android’s Java based applications are easy to build for beginners, Maemo & MeeGo’s development environments allow for much richer applications.
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    • BENEFITS
      • Benefits to Open Source Developers:
      -Any one can build an application
      • Benefits to Application Developers:
      -MeeGo significantly expands the market opportunities
      • Benefits to Device Manufacturers:
      -MeeGo enables device manufacturers to participate in the evolution of the software platform and build their own assets.
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    • Continued..
      • Benefits to Operators:
      -MeeGo enables differentiation through user interface customization.
      • Benefits to the Linux Platform:
      -MeeGo is helpful for Linux as a platform as it combines mobile development resources that were recently split in the Maemo and Moblin projects into one well-supported project.
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    • CONCLUSION
      • This phone will be something everyone wants to own. It will try to satisfy all needs into one plate. MeeGo phone will be capacitive, more stylish and more beautiful with simpler UI that average users will find as equally compelling as tech leaders. It has potential to be something deeper than typical Smartphone.
      • All future flagships will be built on MeeGo.
      • The phone will be on N-series (not rumored S-series). MeeGo will have higher experience level than Symbian
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    •  BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • Reference:
      http://meego.com
      • Architecture:
      http://meego.com/developers/meego-architecture
      • MeeGo API:
      http://meego.com/developers/meego-api
      • Developer Guides:
      http://wiki.meego.com/Developer_Guide
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    • THANK YOU
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