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Bluestreak Technology, Competitor of Adobe Flash in the Embedded Device Market, Embraces the "Open Screen Project"

MONTREAL, May 2 /PRNewswire/ - Bluestreak Technology (Montreal, Paris, Seoul) is excited to see Adobe's initiative to open the Flash format. Bluestreak's own MachBlue Player runs Flash files as Rich Media applications, such as Mobile TV, and Man-Machine Interfaces (MMI), such as Homescreens.

MONTREAL, May 2 /PRNewswire/ – Bluestreak Technology (Montreal, Paris, Seoul) is excited to see Adobe's initiative to open the Flash format. Bluestreak's own MachBlue Player runs Flash files as Rich Media applications, such as Mobile TV, and Man-Machine Interfaces (MMI), such as Homescreens.

"Adobe's decision comes at the right time to take the lead for interactive applications over Java and specialized HTML. It will propel the development of Flash content for mobile devices, set-top boxes and consumer electronics," says Paul Forostowsky, CEO of Bluestreak Technology, Inc., "Existing Bluestreak customers stand to benefit from a growing range of applications."

The MachBlue Player currently runs Flash files on multiple embedded devices, over 220 mobile handsets and over 75 set-top boxes to date, using multiple platforms including Windows Mobile, Symbian, Linux, Java, as well as many proprietary operating systems. Many wireless network and digital television operators power their services with MachBlue, which is used daily by millions of subscribers worldwide.

Flash(R) is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems, Inc. in the United

States and other countries.

SOURCE Bluestreak Technology

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