Features device stacks, host stacks, connectivity drivers and a driverless connectivity offering for mobile broadband modems
Jungo, a provider of connectivity systems and driver development tools, has said that it will showcase its comprehensive Mobile Connectivity offering at Mobile World Congress 2011, in Barcelona, from February 13 – 17, 2011.
Jungo solution provides short-range connectivity for mobile platforms, ranging from smartphones and 3G mobile hotspots to USB modems and machine-to-machine embedded modules.
The Jungo mobile connectivity offering features include embedded USB device stack for digital baseband chipsets, with advanced USB interface protocols for 3G, 3.5G and 4G networks; and USB device stack for Mobile Application Platforms, supporting Terminal Mode, 3G/4G pass-through networking and MTP implementations.
It also features USB host stack with USB-IC support for Mobile Application Platforms, such as digital basebands, SIM cards and embedded RmNet QoS software for 3G Routers.
Comes with USB driver stack for PC connectivity management applications, supporting advanced 3G/4G protocols, auto-install procedures, RmNet QMI services and integrated mobile broadband modules, for all commercial operating systems.
Additionally it also features a fully-featured Bluetooth protocol stack, with support for all mobile class profiles and services; and connectivity between a USB mobile broadband modem and any laptop or PC, providing driverless connectivity, an outstanding user experience and record-breaking USB connection speeds.
Jungo connectivity software general manager Ophir Herbst said Jungo established itself as a leading provider of short range connectivity software in the mobile market, with tier-1 OEMs and chipset makers relying on the Jungo connectivity software in their mobile handsets and datacards designs.
"Jungo’s comprehensive software product portfolio allow us to meet all of our customers’ connectivity needs, speed up production and lower development costs," Herbst said.