Necuno Solutions and Maemo Leste collaboration

December 7, 2018

Necuno Solutions and Maemo Leste collaboration

Helsinki on December 07, 2018

Necuno Solutions and Maemo Leste announce community collaboration, bringing Maemo Leste on Necuno Mobile.

Maemo Leste has taken great task of continuing the legacy of Maemo, which is a platform developed by Nokia in collaboration with many open source giants such as the Linux kernel, Debian , GNOME , and many more.

The Maemo operating system was originally developed by Nokia for its line of internet tablets as early as 2005. After Nokia moved from Maemo to other mobile operating systems, the community picked up maintainership of Maemo to this day.

Maemo Leste aims to provide a free Maemo experience on todays mobile phones and tablets. Based on Devuan Ascii (Debian Stretch), running on Linux (mainline-based) kernels and free of anything Android, Maemo Leste is yet another great operating system choice to further develop and grow alongside other communities in the mobile FOSS ecosystem. Together Maemo Leste and Necuno Mobile have the chance to bring the Maemo experience to extreme information security supporting hardware platform.

Necuno Solutions has committed in boosting growth of privacy and security focused mobile ecosystem, from hardware to software, with open source as its driving force. Collaborations with communities, like Maemo Leste, are the key of transforming this idea to reality. The ultimate goal of our efforts is to provide an open source mobile device with rich app ecosystem and where the user is in control and the device is verifiably secure all the way from hardware to the applications. Everything starts with small incremental steps and Necuno Mobile is the first one.

“Maemo Leste is a inspiring effort of bringing the proven user experience of Nokias Maemo Operating System to this day. It is a true FOSS Linux based operating system and aligns perfectly with our values. Maemo Leste is still early on in development and most suitable for developers to work on, but looks promising and hopefully we can bring more life in to the community by providing a common base to build upon.” - Tanja Drca, Chief Communications Officer at Necuno Solutions

“The Necuno Mobile hardware platform developed by Necuno Solutions seems like a very promising platform for developers and users alike who care about free software, security and privacy. Maemo Leste aims to become a usable and mature mobile operating system through collaboration with the Necuno Mobile platform.” - Merlijn Wajer & Ivan Jelinčić, Maemo Leste Developers

About Maemo Leste

Maemo Leste project is a Linux-based mobile operating system, based on Maemo Fremantle developed by Nokia. The project is developed and maintained by the community. Maemo Leste uses a modern base, in the form of Devuan, and aims to make the most of the existing Maemo software by porting it all to the modern base. The project is early stages, but growing and firmly pushing forward.

About Necuno Solutions

Necuno Solutions company is dedicated in bringing freedom to the mobile world, starting with first step of bringing a truly open and secure mobile device, Necuno Mobile. The ultimate goal for Necuno Solutions is to bring an open source mobile device with rich app ecosystem, where the user is in control and the device is verifiably secure all the way from hardware to the applications. To achieve this goal Necuno Solutions encourages other hardware and software companies and the FOSS community in to barrier-breaking collaborations, while providing common platform to work on.

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About Us

Necuno Solutions is company built around the idea of providing security, privacy and freedom to the current mobile world.

Our main goal is to work towards more open, transparent and secure mobile ecosystem, where the user and companies are in control of their data, where security and privacy is at it's core. This is a monumental task and cannot be achieved by any one company in the current mobile world. That is why we are working with FOSS mobile operating system communities to boost the development of open-source operating system alternatives. The software alone is not enough and that is why we are working for a new hardware built with open components.