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The Qualcomm Software Accelerator Program spurs innovation through collaboration

Oct 26, 2018

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Software providers develop advanced software algorithms to enable great user experiences in AI, imaging, audio, video, display, and sensors. Integrating these software algorithms directly with a device implementation can be a difficult, time-consuming, and costly process. To help software providers reduce these complexities, Qualcomm Technologies created its Qualcomm Software Accelerator Program. This program allows members to collaborate closely with Qualcomm Technologies to accelerate their development in pace with critical OEM device launch windows and help them scale their solutions across many OEMs.

The Qualcomm Software Accelerator Program is designed to equip members using Qualcomm Technologies’ solutions with deep technology access, enhanced time to commercialization, and business opportunities. But the unique collaboration doesn’t only benefit software providers — OEMs can get access to a wide array of ready advanced solutions that can be integrated into their products and offer end-consumer features and superior user experiences. It’s a win-win-win.

The pros of working with our pros

There are various benefits to participating in the Qualcomm Software Accelerator Program. These include access to expert consultation as well as product kits of bundled resources, including access to helpful software distributions and tools built to enable development and integration. 

As part of working with Qualcomm Technologies under agreed upon business and financial terms, a member will receive tools, including various Software Development Kits (SDKs). By collaborating with us, a software provider may be able to reduce product time to commercialization, cost, and integration risk. 

With access to resources and direct technical support from the Qualcomm Software Accelerator Program, software providers have many of the tools needed to create and market their software swiftly, and vendors can spend less time on integration and more time on feature innovation — it's all part of our mission to help our partners and customers better compete, innovate, and grow globally.

Learn more about how the Qualcomm Software Accelerator Program can help bring your software to a broader ecosystem here.

Qualcomm Software Accelerator Program is a program of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.

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