Intrinsyc Software International, Inc.

Intrinsyc Software International, Inc.

June 08, 2006 12:53 ET

Intrinsyc Demonstrates Soleus for TI OMAP850 Processor at Computex 2006

COMPUTEX TAIPEI, TAIWAN--(CCNMatthews - June 8, 2006) -

Intrinsyc's Soleus, the world's first Microsoft® Windows™ CE-based feature phone software platform, pre-integrated on TI OMAP850 processor

Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. (TSX:ICS) a mobility software and services company, today announces the availability of a Soleus™ feature phone reference design based on Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) OMAP850 processor. Soleus is the world's first Microsoft® Windows™ CE-based feature phone software platform created by Intrinsyc to enable faster and more cost-effective development of feature-rich mobile handsets. The reference design combines Soleus and the TI OMAP850 integrated applications processor in a turnkey solution suited for the space-constrained systems of small and light mobile handset designs.

Soleus offers a new way to develop feature phones, allowing network operators and mobile phone manufacturers complete flexibility to build phones and customize them for target customer segments. When integrated with the TI OMAP850, Soleus provides the flexibility for small form factor device design to enable reduced overall development time of handsets for bringing new products to market quicker. In addition, the OMAP850 consumes less power than traditional external memory configurations offering reduced power consumption in Soleus-based handsets.

"TI's OMAP850 processor is targeted at small form factor, feature rich and power efficient devices building a good foundation for future Soleus-based handsets," said Markus Tremmel, worldwide manager of TI's Cellular Systems Ecosystem. "Intrinsyc has a successful history of working with TI as an OMAP Technology Center. We rely on innovative companies like them to provide a mobile ecosystem for device makers adopting new OMAP technology and look forward to seeing manufacturers build Soleus-based phones powered by OMAP technology."

"Intrinsyc is delighted to be working with TI once again and to have based our Soleus platform on the OMAP850 processor - an integrated modem/application processor designed specifically for small power-efficient devices and the rich, computational-intensive applications they support," said Randy Kath, CTO & VP of Mobile Products Group, Intrinsyc. "Developing phones with advanced features and connectivity capabilities is both complex and risky. We developed Soleus to address this challenge and to meet a wide range of network operator and user needs. Soleus combined with the TI OMAP850 offers a reference design to further address these needs, making it simple to build affordable and scalable feature phones today and in the future."

Intrinsyc is showcasing Soleus pre-integrated on the TI OMAP850 throughout Computex at the TI booth, # T0203A, from 8th - 11th June 2006.

For further details on TI's OMAP850, please visit the wireless solutions section of the TI website, and for more information on Intrinsyc and Soleus, please see

About Intrinsyc Software International, Inc.

Intrinsyc is a mobility software and services company. Its mobile software products, engineering design services and systems integration expertise help customers make better decisions, improve productivity, and reduce time-to-market. Since 1996, Intrinsyc has built a strong customer base and has formed solid alliances with many leading technology companies including Microsoft, IBM, Intel, Philips, Siemens, Symbian, General Electric, Hand Held Products, Texas Instruments and Ford.

Named a Microsoft Gold Partner, Intrinsyc has extensive experience with the intricacies of designing, developing and supporting voice and data-enabled handsets built on Microsoft's Windows™ CE operating system. Intrinsyc is also the creator and licensor of Soleus™, the world's first feature phone software platform based on Windows™ CE. Soleus™ offers a new way to build feature phones, providing pre-integration with leading hardware platforms, all the telephony essentials and pre-integration of the most popular data applications.

Intrinsyc is a publicly traded company, headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with additional regional offices in Bellevue, Washington, and Birmingham, UK and Barbados. To find out more about Intrinsyc, visit:

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