2010 SD Times 100 Winner's Profile: Amyuni
By Special to SD Times
September 8, 2010 —
The DevTouch Pro, a new touch-screen tablet from Amyuni Technologies, saves development teams the time and expense of having to create their own hardware prototypes—or worse, having to purchase high volumes of poor-quality devices, with limited support and inferior device drivers. The DevTouch Pro provides product managers and developers time- and cost-saving benefits together in a single, mobile tablet solution.
Amyuni, named to the 2010 SD Times 100, has provided developers with outstanding reusable software components for managing PDF documents for years—and now, with the DevTouch Pro, it is expanding in an exciting new direction.
“In today's aggressive mobile applications market, innovative products are often not enough. When different mobile device vendors create similar products, the success one may have over another is sometimes just a matter of how quickly they reach consumers,” says Dany Amiouny, president and CTO of Amyuni.
“We address this problem with the DevTouch Pro, a mobile tablet device designed especially for small- and medium-sized mobile device vendors who want complete control over the development, testing and distribution of their products. This is especially important in the early stages of product research and planning.”
As a portable touch-screen tablet, the DevTouch Pro can be used in various professional field applications in the home, healthcare or pharmaceutical sectors, or in personal organizers, educational applications, and even as an e-book reader. Capable of supporting custom installations of Windows CE, Android and Linux, the DevTouch Pro meets any mobile application development requirement.
The DevTouch Pro is not only a solution designed for developers, but also for product managers who want to reduce the overall costs and time-to-market of new mobile products. Designed, manufactured, distributed and supported in North America, the DevTouch Pro is UL-certified and features short-run tablet options to give product managers faster, more flexible distribution capabilities.
DevTouch Pro helps you to turn new product design requirements into mobile applications faster and more efficiently by avoiding the restrictions of many proprietary or pre-installed device platforms. In addition, the device lets you perform realistic field tests and implement changes quickly. It supports the .NET, Java and C++ development platforms.
“With the ever-increasing demand for mobile applications, the DevTouch Pro is uniquely positioned,” Amiouny says. “Unlike other mobile application devices and platforms, the DevTouch Pro tablet is configurable, customizable, and most of all open.” Learn more at www.amyuni.com.