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There is an explosive growth of in the number of Chrome OS users. Yet, Google's two operating systems, Chrome OS and Android, do not inter-operate. Fundamental differences between Chrome OS and Android make it difficult to run Android apps under Chrome OS: Chrome OS is a stateless system: apps exist in the cloud and not on the device. Android OS is a stateful system: apps are installed on the device.
Ascender's technology provides for the convergence of Chrome OS and Android. Ascender Technologies Ltd. has pioneered techniques that enable Android apps to be run in the cloud, yielding high performance graphics while using low network bandwidth.
These techniques allow the majority of current Android apps to be run in the cloud without modification. Fast, low-power 64 bit ARM multi-processors (Cortex A50) with virtualization extensions. Adoption of Android apps in a broad gamut of use cases, including the Enterprise. Ever increasing adoption of cloud based solutions. Possibility of efficiently transporting Android graphics via a long haul network.