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Rockchip Selects Tuxera NTFS and exFAT File System Interoperability for Tablets, Phones, and WebTV Products

  • July 12, 2011 /
  • by Viet-Anh Le /
  • interoperable solutions, mobile, Rockchip, tablet, webTV /

Rockchip Selects Tuxera NTFS and exFAT File System Interoperability for Tablets, Phones, and WebTV Products

Provides Support for High-Performance Portable USB and SDXC Storages without File Size Limits across Android, Windows and Mac Devices

Helsinki, FINLAND <July 12, 2011>. Tuxera Inc., the leading provider of Windows-compatible file systems for Android, Linux, Mac and other platforms, today announced Rockchip, a leading System-on-a-Chip (SoC) solution provider based in China, has selected Tuxera NTFS and exFAT to power Rockchip’s latest chipsets. Tuxera and Rockchip have worked together in integrating and optimizing Tuxera NTFS and exFAT for high-speed and seamless data portability starting with Rockchip RK2918 chipset used in several tablet, phone, and WebTV products.

“We are very selective when it comes to partnerships and Tuxera is proven to be the market leader and expert in file system interoperability”, said Chen Feng, Rockchip CMO. “This fruitful cooperation allows Rockchip’s WebTV, Phone, and Tablet customers to offer a rich range of interoperable products that comply with the latest file system standards.”

Tuxera’s file systems help device manufacturers to achieve high performance, low power, and fully interoperable read and write operations. Thus consumers can enjoy true plug-and-play data portability across all their electronic devices and share the best possible HD-quality videos, pictures and music without file or storage size limits. Tuxera solutions also fulfill low CPU and memory requirements to significantly increase battery life and achieve improved user experience. Tuxera’s total offering combines expert service and support with the industry-leading interoperable file system solutions.

“We have admired Rockchip’s rapid rise in the mobile chipset market and are truly excited to work together to set the standard in file system interoperability and data portability. Rockchip customers worldwide have now access to the latest innovations to improve consumer user experience. Tuxera continues to work hard to extend the support to future devices and upcoming use cases,” noted Mikko Välimäki, Tuxera CEO

Tuxera NTFS and exFAT is now available for Rockchip customers. For more information, please contact sales@tuxera.com.

For more information:

Tuxera Inc.
Viet-Anh Le
Marketing Manager
viet-anh@tuxera.com

+358 (0) 40 088 5099

About Tuxera. Tuxera is the leading provider of file systems that allow music, pictures, videos and other content to be ported across devices. With Tuxera file systems inside, users experience plug-and-play interoperability with their laptops, digital cameras, set-top-boxes, mobile phones and other consumer electronics. Building on the success of open source, Tuxera’s industry-standard NTFS and exFAT solutions for Android, Linux, Mac OS X and other platforms have over 30 million installations. Close collaboration with Microsoft ensures reliable compatibility and helps Tuxera to set the standard in high-performance, low power use for embedded and mobile solutions. Tuxera’s customers include leading hardware, software, and consumer electronics companies. For more information, please visit http://www.tuxera.com.

About Rockchip. Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Co., Ltd. is a China leading fabless semiconductor company and mobile-internet SOC solution provider. Rockchip focuses on mobile Internet Platform with products targeted on Mobile Internet terminals (smart-phone/MID/Internet TV/e-Book) and portable multimedia entertainment terminals (MP3/PMP). Rockchip has combined its Video and Audio experience to produce semiconductor (IC) solutions for the world-famous OEM/ODM and Brand customers. Owning a bunch of proprietary intellectual property rights, Rockchip has been working hard to the development of Chinese electronics industry. The chips independently developed by Rockchip had won the “China chip” for five consecutive years. For more information, please visit www.rock-chips.com.