SOURCE: WindSpring, Inc.

WindSpring, Inc.

March 09, 2010 09:00 ET

WindSpring Announces Support for Android OS

DMTools™ Enables Efficient Data Management and High Performance for Fastest Growing Mobile OS

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwire - March 9, 2010) -   WindSpring, Inc., a leader in mobile data optimization technologies, today announced that DMTools™, the company's software suite for mobile data optimization, is now fully interoperable with the Android operating system and Android SDK. Gartner has predicted that the Android OS will account for 14% of the global smartphone market by 2012, and will, in that same time, rise to second place on the list of popular smartphone platforms. IDC has projected that shipments of Android-based devices will reach 68 million by 2013, giving the OS a compound annual growth rate of more than 150%.

WindSpring's DMTools is a complete set of software tools for seamlessly optimizing application data in mobile and embedded systems. It includes tools for analyzing data and data performance, libraries for data compression, access and update, utilities for optimizing the performance aspects of compressed data, and SDKs for the predominant desktop and embedded OS/IDE environments. In addition, DMTools enables advanced functions such as search and update -- capabilities not previously available with traditional compression solutions.

"Android is the fasting-growing platform in today's mobile market, and developers all over the world are at work creating data-rich mobile applications for the tens of thousands of Android-based devices sold every week," said Tom Hunt, president and CEO of WindSpring. "Leveraging our patented advanced compression technology, DMTools delivers the highest application performance possible for Android-powered devices."

About WindSpring, Inc.
WindSpring, Inc. creates mobile optimization technologies that ensure efficient data management and high performance for mobile applications on any device. The company's DMTools software suite delivers advanced data compression, access and optimization, and includes SDKs for the predominant desktop and embedded OS/IDE environments. Founded in 2004 and based in San Jose, WindSpring technology powers more than a million devices around the world. The company is privately-held and profitable. For more about WindSpring visit www.windspring.com.

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