By Jorge Sanchez Coloma on Jun 04, 2009
Verizon Wireless has announced the Open Development initiative, where in Verizon on words : "The Open Development Initiative allows developers to design devices and applications for use on the Verizon Wireless network.".
It's Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam said the 2sd at JavaOne "... 6million Java developers..." Jonathan said "....not all at this room" Lo said "...but at least the smarts ones are".... But what he really said "...we are over protecting our network.....we got...now we can talking about 10Mb to the device...it opens up that staff ....the community has done to the laptop....we are 8.6 customer...largest carrier on the USA....what we announce today July 27th on Sillicon Valley we have a whole open development for application that it's significant difference what you seen on other carriers, other carriers goes throw application....What we decided to do is Open our network elements..." (JavaOne General Sessions)
Verizon is very active this second quarter 2009 after its announced of provide Android into cellular phones the 28th of May.
It looks like Verizon gonna punch hardly this year on the market using developers community on that.