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Renesas Electronics Introduces Integrated Open Image Signal Processor Solution for Automotive Camera System Development With MM Solutions - September 18, 2018

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C Programming course – October 12, 2015

MM Solutions and Software University are organizing a C Programming training.

The course provides a thorough introduction to the C programming language in a Linux environment. The training program covers variables, data, loops, arrays, pointers, memory flow, strings, basic C libraries and others. The course can be used as a first step of a training in embedded systems and system programming.

The training starts on October 12, 2015 and ends on November 14, 2015 with apractical test.

Classes are held every weekday from 10:00 to 18:00 (1 hour lunch break) in the building of Software University (15-17 Tintyava str.), Open Source Hall.

The top performers will receive recommendations and a work offer from MM Solutions.

If you wants to learn more about Embedded programming at Linux OS you are welcome.

We are expecting you! 

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MMS imaging is now available for Qualcomm smartphones and tablets

Staring from 2013, MMS imaging applications, algorithms and services are available for Qualcomm based platforms, starting with 8960, 8960A, 8x30, 8064, 8974, 8926 and 8x26.

MMS participates in the ROMEO project - part of European Commission's ICT FP7 Networked Media research programme

ROMEO project concept is to bring new impressive 3D media to European citizens at home as well as on the move.

One of the major tasks for MMS in this project, is to develop similar sub-products based on the technology, which will be prototyped for ROMEO project. These sub-products include portable DVB-T receivers, media players with extended connectivity, tablets and mobile phones with 3D TV reception and rendering.

The main idea of ROMEO is to provide a group of remote users with the ability to watch a live event, such as a football match, in HD stereoscopic 3D (stereo + depth) via DVB (where the depth would allow the distance between the views to be adjusted by the display to optimally fit display size, viewing angle etc.) and use a P2P overlay to download multi-view HD 3D highlights, which could exploit free-viewpoint rendering techniques. In addition to receiving high quality 3D content, users would be able to upload and share their own stereoscopic (or color plus depth) video content, or would be able to upload their own edited versions of commercially produced multi-view content. 

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MMS wins 5th TIPA award for Best Mobile Imaging Device

MMS wins the 2012 Best Mobile Imaging Device TIPA award for the Samsung GALAXY Nexus. This high-end smartphone from Samsung features many high-end imaging features, including panorama mode, Full HD 1080p videos, zero-shutter-lag, intelligent image editing effects. Based on the Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" operating system, the GALAXY Nexus offers a modern OS environment for sophisticated imaging related applications.

MMS gets the 2012 Texas Instruments Supplier Excellence Award

MMS commitment to excellence was acknowledged once again with the yearly Supplier Excellence Award - the highest level of recognition for TI's suppliers. Texas Instruments sets high expectations and MMS was distinguished from numerous other suppliers based on criteria of cost, environmental responsibility, technology, responsiveness, assurance of supply and quality.

More than 250 million mobile devices have been shipped worldwide using MMS camera framework and imaging algorithms and image quality tuning!