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Qualcomm adds OpenGL ES support to is Enhanced Multimedia Platform chipsets

Qualcomm has added BREW publisher and developer support for the creation of wireless 3D games optimized for its multimedia platform chipsets. The MSM Enhanced Multimedia Platform chipset provides support for industry-standard OpenGL ES 3D APIs, enabling fully featured, high-performance 3D games for 3G CDMA2000 and W-CDMA devices. In late 2005 the first MSM6550-powered phones are expected to hit the market. Leading BREW publishers and developers that have announced their plans to support 3D gaming on the upcoming OpenGL ES-enabled MSM6550 chipset include: Activision, ATARI, Bandai, Capcom Entertainment, Com2uS, Digital Bridges, Digital Chocolate, Eidos, Fathammer, Gameloft, HI Corp, Hudson Entertainment, Ideaworks3D, iFone, Infospace Mobile, IN-FUSIO, JAMDAT, Konami Digital Entertainment, Machineworks Northwest, MFORMA, Mobliss, Namco America, Sandcastle Games, SkyZone Entertainment, Sony Pictures Mobile, Sorrent, Square Enix, Superscape PLC, TAITO CORPORATION, Tecmo Mobile, THQ Wireless, Upstart Games and Walt Disney Internet Group.