Symphony Teleca Corporation, the global services organization dedicated exclusively to helping clients manage the convergence of software, the cloud and connected devices, today announced a key milestone in enabling customers to successfully deploy Adobe technologies. Over the last six years, Symphony Teleca has expanded the Adobe ecosystem by integrating, optimizing and certifying Adobe technologies in a multitude of devices. Symphony Teleca has enabled the distribution of over 2.5 million Adobe Flash® Player licenses on more than 75 different projects across its broad customer base and developed a deep knowledge surrounding the integration and optimization of Adobe technologies.
As an Adobe partner, Symphony Teleca works directly with a wide range of chipset, platform and product manufacturers to enable and support Adobe technologies on smartphones, tablets, set top boxes and automotive infotainment solutions. Symphony Teleca’s access to and experience with Adobe Flash Player source code enables the company to deliver optimized ports to customers including full certification testing and licensing of Flash runtimes for mobile, embedded, automotive and digital home devices. Clients that leverage Symphony Teleca’s Adobe competence include Amlogic, Crestron, GTECH, SIS Semiconductor and others.
“Adobe is a clear global innovator in digital experiences, which will continue to be key to the exploding number of devices and platforms,” said Andrew Till, Senior Vice President of Mobile and Media Devices, Symphony Teleca. “We are proud to be a partner of Adobe, enabling our customers to deploy Flash Player, Adobe AIR® and Adobe Access.”
Symphony Teleca, alongside Adobe, has worked to accelerate broad adoption of Adobe technologies. Now, as connected devices permeate the digital home, Symphony Teleca expanded its work with OEMs to the set-top box and TV space leveraging Adobe AIR, which enables advanced gaming and premium video apps.
“Symphony Teleca is a valuable partner to Adobe as we continue to drive innovation for digital experiences across platforms and device types,” said Ginger Staffanson, director of Business Development at Adobe. “With the growing demand in the market, it is essential that we rely on companies like Symphony Teleca to help drive the integration and optimization of Adobe technologies for a broad variety of customers worldwide.”
“Adobe technology is a key component of our solution and Symphony Teleca’s long history and deep expertise in the technology made them the natural partner for us. The company’s experience streamlined our development process and significantly reduced our time to market,” said John Pavlik, Director for Architecture and Design at Crestron Electronics, Inc. “As an Adobe partner, we knew that Symphony Teleca was not only trusted but also uniquely positioned to assist us in our efforts. That said, the Symphony Teleca team went above and beyond our expectations with their ability to troubleshoot, optimize and ideate alongside our team to the best end results.”
About Symphony Teleca
Symphony Teleca Corporation (symphonyteleca.com), headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif., is the world’s first services company dedicated exclusively to helping clients manage the global convergence of software, the cloud and connected devices. The company delivers innovative products combined with contemporary product development, systems integration, analytics and managed services to hundreds of organizations around the world. Symphony Teleca’s 5,800 employees support customers from 35 offices globally, including delivery centers in Asia, Australia, Europe and the Americas.
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