Gobi is a project that develops the hardware module and specialized software for Gobi WWAN embedded modules based on Qualcomm CDMA Technology and UMTS modems.The Gobi team designs Gobi hardware modules that are commercially produced by an outside manufacturing house. Successive generations of Gobi are on a 1 year cadence timed to meet the notebook PC market, with each model planned for lower cost and new features. Device vendors also design and manufacture WWAN modules intended for Gobi-compliance.
The MeeGo Linux Enablement project is a collection point for open source downloads, patches and other materials to support deployment of MeeGo on the Qualcomm MSM family of devices. There is no active development on this project at this time.
QView is a collection of performance tools, scripts, utilities, and kernel modules designed to simplify the configuration and use of Linux performance or analysis tools in conjunction with the debug or performance analysis of Linux systems based on Qualcomm silicon products.
The Qualcomm MSM Snapdragon project is a collection point for samples, patches, and other materials specifically associated with Linux applications of the MSM family of devices. This project differs from the MSM Linux Base Enablement Project in that the Snapdragon Project may include pre-production and experimental features as we strive for the best features, performance, and user experience on MSM Snapdragon based products. There is no active development on this project at this time.