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DEFINITION: EPOC is an operating system designed for small, portable computer-telephones with wireless access to phone and other information services. EPOC is based on an earlier operating system from Psion, the first major manufacturer of personal digital assistants (PDAs). The name derived from the company's belief that the world is entering "a new epoch of personal convenience." To earlier systems, EPOC  … 
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EPOC DEFINITION (continued): …  adds wireless communication and an architecture for adding application programs. Psion declared its first version of EPOC to be an open operating system and licensed it to other equipment makers. Psion then formed a new company with Ericsson, Nokia, and later Motorola called Symbian, which now licenses EPOC and continues to develop it. For portable equipment manufacturers, EPOC is an alternative to Microsoft's Windows CE. (The popular Palm PDA uses its own proprietary operating system, PalmOS.).Symbian refers to the class of hardware EPOC serves as "wireless information devices." EPOC is … 
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