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3-D Game Phones Coming To Korea

ARM, Superscape Group plc, and Sinjisoft announced today that they would collaborate on 3D applications for wireless devices to serve the mobile phone market in Korea.

MANHASSET, N.Y. — ARM, Superscape Group plc and Sinjisoft announced Monday (Nov. 29) they would collaborate on 3D applications for wireless devices to serve the mobile phone market in Korea.

Sinjisoft (Seoul, Korea) has licensed the Swerve Client technology, jointly developed by ARM (Cambridge, England) and Superscape (Hook, England) for use in their GNEX software solution. The Swerve Client technology will provide Sijisoft's GNEX solution with a 3D graphics engine, enabling 3D gameplay on mobile phones in Korea.

Swerve Client is said to be the first publicly demonstrated JSR 184 3D applications platform for wireless devices. It is optimized for small download sizes, and saves memory and download time, making it ideal for wireless applications.

GNEX is the next generation of Sinjisoft's GVM, the predominant mobile gaming solution in Korea. A virtual machine optimized for mobile handsets, GNEX is a solution that allows multimedia content to be downloaded via the wireless interface.

Sinjisoft's mobile gaming solutions have been ported to more than 16 million handsets and supports more than 10 million consumer downloads per month. It is servicing through SK Telecom (CDMA) in Korea and Partner Communication (GSM/GPRS) in Israel.

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