ARM has launched a resource center for developers working on Android-based devices. Already, more than 35 ARM members have joined the initiative, named Solution Center for Android.
According to ARM, the center provides development tools, solutions and services optimized specifically for Android on the ARM platform. Android was written for the ARM architecture and Android 2.0 was launched on high-performance Cortex-A processor designs and has been tested extensively on major handset solutions.
“As we have seen through the recent launches of handsets such as Motorola’s Droid and Acer’s Liquid, the Android platform represents a fundamental change in the open source ecosystem,” said Kevin Smith, vice president of Segment Marketing at ARM, in a statement.
Members participating in the center include Open Kernel Labs, Texas Instruments and VisualOn.