Bada, a New OS from Samsung

Samsung is famous with every gadget that always use the Android OS are now beginning to turn. Samsung has released an OS called Bada.

Samsung bada is a smartphone platform created for the deployment of applications on a variety of mobile devices. Samsung Bada was first launched in Indonesia on December 10, 2009 in Jakarta.

Samsung bada can be understood by examining all the architecture platform, which consists of four layers:

1. Kernel layer, which can be based on a real-time OS or Linux kernel, depending on the hardware configuration.
2. The device layer, which provides the core functions of a platform such as systems and security management, graphics and windows systems, protocols, data and telephone, audio-visual and multimedia management, and so on.
3. Layer Service, which provides functions centered on the services provided by application engines – such as messaging and management – and web services components interconnect with bada servers.
4. Standards Framework layer, which can export an open API in C + +, and consists of an application framework and functions exported by underlying layers. Using this layer, you can create innovative applications on bada platform.

The advent of the mobile platform has brought tremendous development to a number of mobile applications. During this mode the application is still running in “standalone” popular, while application-based “Software as a Service” (SaaS) to date the amount is less significant.

Samsung Bada itself has committed to a service-oriented platform. In other words, Bada is a platform that will provide a wide range of services, not applications.

Application developers are free to learn how to use this service to their particular application. What you need to do as a developer is to use the service in bada API (Application Programming Interface), and Bada will automatically do all the work on your behalf.

In addition, the development team has optimized Bada Bada platform connection to the service, thus ensuring a better user experience in terms of performance and reliability.

Bada has focused on the features of social networking with partners SNS (Social Networking Service) on a global scale such as Facebook, My Space, and Twitter. In addition, Bada will also continue to seek and cooperate with local SNS services as a partner.

Integration services are ready to use and is powered by a cloud server Bada as the main supporter behind. Samsung has invested extensive resources in building a server. Samsung is providing a welcoming environment and support system wide for Bada developers.

In a short time, Bada aims to be a pioneer platform for service-oriented to provide better user experience to consumers, simplifying the development process for developers, and increase revenue from service providers.