PersonalJava

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PersonalJava

A version of Java from Sun intended for PDAs and other handheld devices. EmbeddedJava (EJava) is a counterpart set of technologies that provide support for character-based displays or devices without displays rather than graphical interfaces. PersonalJava (PJava) is intended for open systems that require Web browsing, and PJava includes applet support. EJava is intended for closed systems that have severe restrictions on memory. See Java.
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Jeode offers a "Sun Authorised Virtual Machine" that is fully compatible with the PersonalJava and EmbeddedJava specifications.
The Jeode platform is Insignia's accelerated implementation of Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq:SUNW) PersonalJava and EmbeddedJava specifications tailored for Internet appliances and embedded devices.
And on Tuesday, ISI announced a licensed version of PersonalJava and EmbeddedJava platforms for its pSOSystem real-time operating system.
Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo, Java, the Java Coffee Cup logo, JavaOne, the JavaOne logo, Java Developer Conference, Java Community Process, Java 2, EmbeddedJava, PersonalJava, 100% Pure Java, J2EE, J2ME, J2SE, Jini, Jiro, Solaris, Write Once, Run Anywhere, and all Java-based marks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
An HP spokesperson said he believed Sun's smallest JVM - EmbeddedJava - required around 500Kb.
Sun Microsystems, Sun, Java, EmbeddedJava, PersonalJava, and J2ME are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
The JES can run on top of EmbeddedJava or PersonalJava, or any other Java virtual machine.
Sun Microsystems Inc says source code for both the PersonalJava and EmbeddedJava subsets of Java will be available for license under the terms of its new community source model this month.
The IBM Corp-led real-time team within the EmbeddedJava group is defining a starting point for a Real-time Extension Specification.
EmbeddedJava consists of an optimized Java Virtual Machine and tools such as the Java Filter, which selects the essential class libraries needed for a program, and Java Code Compactor, which burns the eventual program into ROM.
0 version of its EmbeddedJava specification, and shipped the development release of the product out to its licensees.
The implementation complies with EmbeddedJava specifications, says Insignia.