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Consumers expect their phones and tablets to support all available standards. The most popular mobile operating systems such as Android may include only free-of-charge, open source file systems, with no patent licenses. Manufacturers have to source technically complex, IP intensive components from third parties. Tuxera has taken the leadership in file system standards, and supplies its file system solutions for Android and a number of proprietary mobile platforms. Tuxera’s main offerings for phones and tablets are:
- exFAT is needed for SD card reader interface, which is typically removable on both tablets and phones. exFAT is must have if users attach the latest 64 GB or higher capacity SDXC memory cards to view pictures, play or record MP3s and videos. The first micro SDXC cards have been released to the markets in 2011.
- NTFS is needed for USB storage. Both phones and tablets include today by default USB. However, it is principally used for charging. With Tuxera software manufacturers can unleash the potential for universal portable storage over USB. NTFS is must have if users attach a Windows-formatted portable hard drives and want to play MP3s and videos from them.
- FAT is needed for both USB portable hard drives and SD memory cards up to 32 GB. It is the old standard but still widely used. If manufacturers license Microsoft’s FAT patents, they cannot use open source GPLed FAT.
- Fujitsu ARROWS Smartphones and Tablets Ship with Tuxera exFAT, June 10th, 2013
- LG Optimus G Smartphone Line Ships with Tuxera exFAT, May 7th, 2013
- Tuxera exFAT Ships in Panasonic ELUGA Smartphones, December 3, 2012
- Pantech Ships Tuxera File Systems in High-End Android Smartphones, October 23, 2012
- Tuxera Drives exFAT and SDXC Adoption on Mobile Devices, July 24, 2012
- NVIDIA Tegra 3 Gets High Performance exFAT Support from Tuxera, Mar 26, 2012
- Tuxera exFAT Reaches Over 90 MB/s Read and Write Performance with the Latest SDXC Cards, Feb 27, 2012
- Tuxera Delivers Complete Interoperable File System Package to TI’s OMAP Platform, December 21, 2011
- Rockchip Selects Tuxera NTFS and exFAT File System Interoperability for Tablets, Phones, and WebTV Products, July 12, 2011
- ASUS Selects Tuxera File System Software for Eee Pad™ Tablets, May 12, 2011