Comneon Launches APOXI Application Development Framework in Conjunction with Class 10 GPRS Protocol Stack on top of Infineon's Wireless System Development Environment

Feb 19, 2002 | Technology Media

Cannes, February 19, 2002 - Comneon, a leading provider of mobile software solutions, announces the availability of its APOXI (Application Programming Object-oriented eXtendable Interface) in conjunction with its Class 10 GPRS protocol stack on top of the Infineon 2.5 - 3G platform during the 3GSM World Congress 2002 held in Cannes, France. APOXI is an object oriented framework and development environment and designed to speed up and enhance mobile application development, as well as to meet the special requirements for emerging applications on mobile devices.

"APOXI is a key milestone in our strategy to provide a broad set of applications for mobile terminals complementing our best-in-class protocol stack offering", said Dr. Christian Mucke, managing director and COO of Comneon. "With our Class 10 GPRS stack, our customers will benefit from a broad range of new applications provided by our application developer partner network.”

Developers using the APOXI framework do not need to be experts of mobile devices or wireless standards, but will find themselves in a software environment very similar to desktop development. They can concentrate on user interface and application development, without requiring a deeper knowledge and understanding of the underlying protocol stack (2G, 2.5G, 3G). The software development environment for APOXI includes powerful tools that allow the complete development and testing of the user interfaces and applications on a PC host system, saving significant development costs and time.

Together with partners, Comneon provides a whole range of mobile applications on top of APOXI. Through APOXI, the applications are available independently of hardware platform, the operating system or underlying protocol stack (2G, 2.5G, 3G). The APOXI roadmap icludes applications such as games, WAP 2.0, SMS, EMS, MMS, VMS, chat, voice recognition, GPS, MP3, MPEG4, SyncML and e-Mail, to name just a few.

GPRS protocol stack software available

In addition to the introduction of APOXI, Comneon also announced the general availability of its Class 10 GPRS protocol stack software. Tin conjunction with APOXI, this GPRS solution, successfully tested on Infineon’s highly-integrated wireless system development platform represents an ideal base for the rapid design of mobile devices and mobile application development. Besides Multislot class 10 operation the stack supports the use of PBCCH (Packet Broadcast Common Control Channel).

Comneon`s GPRS software and its APOXI application framework open the door to an unprecedented range of potential applications providing developers of next-generation mobile devices with a significant competitive advantages.

About Comneon

Comneon, a 100% subsidiary of Infineon Technologies, has been developing and deploying protocol stack software for mobile communications since 1990 and has accumulated more than 500 man-years of experience in the development of GSM, GPRS and UMTS protocol software. Today Comneon provides international customers with protocol stack solutions for GSM, GPRS, EDGE and UMTS and supports them as well with its APOXI application framework. With more than 120 software engineers based in different locations in Europe and Asia Pacific, Comneon demonstrates its high competence in all areas of 2G and 3G mobile communications. Committed to excellence, Comneon uses state-of-the-art tools for software development and configuration management. All processes are performed in accordance with the principles of total quality management. Comneon is certified by ISO 9001.

About Infineon

Infineon Technologies AG, Munich, Germany, offers semiconductor and customized solutions for applications in the wired and wireless communications markets, for security systems and smartcards, for the automotive and industrial sectors, as well as memory products. With a global presence, Infineon operates in the US from San Jose, CA, in the Asia-Pacific region from Singapore and in Japan from Tokyo. In the fiscal year 2001 (ending September), the company achieved sales of Euro 5.67 billion with about 33,800 employees worldwide. Infineon is listed on the DAX index of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and on the New York Stock Exchange (ticker symbol: IFX). Further information is available at

Media Contact at Comneon:
Thomas Lindner, Senior Director Marketing Comneon
Tel: +49 911 3788 226

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