Access Co has the questionable honor of having received the first post before the congress even started – they got it because Access Linux Platform seems to be dead for good.

Nevertheless, they still had a stand this year. It was at the same place as always, but their neighbor changed from Palm to the 3GSM embedded house:
0a Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011

Palm OS nostalgists will be delighted to see that Graffiti is still around. If you look carefully at some of the shots, you can even see the Palm OS fonts of lore:
1a Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011 1b Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011 1c Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011

In addition, a launcher for Android was shown as end user product:
2a Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011 2b Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011

Carriers were offered a variety of solutions ranging from synchronization to video calls:
3a Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011 3b Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011 3c Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011

Finally, something funny – the piano player in front of the booth used an iPad:
ipad Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011 ipad 2 Access Co at the Mobile World Congress 2011

If you ask me, Access is transitioning from an OS vendor to a crossplattform software / solutions company. It remains to be seen how successful they will be…

Related posts:

  1. Mobile World Congress 2009 – the Access booth
  2. Access’s booth at Mobile World Congress 2012
  3. Mobile World Congress 2011 – event impressions
  4. Mobile World Congress 2011 – save the date
  5. Mobile World Congress 2010 – ITM / Hagenuk booth

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