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Access deploys browser technology in NEC handsets

Posted: 23 Jul 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:access? compact netfront plus micro-browser? jv-lite2 wireless edition? java-enabling module? nec?

Access Co. Ltd has announced that its Compact NetFront Plus micro-browser and JV-Lite2 Wireless Edition, a Java-enabling module for cellphones, have been deployed in NEC's N341i handset that is compatible with the GPRS-based Spanish i-mode service "MoviStar e-mocion."

With Compact NetFront Plus, i-mode subscribers can seamlessly view content in formats like WML, HTML, and cHTML. With JV-Lite2 Wireless Edition, a Sun-certified Java virtual machine, international i-mode subscribers can download applications such as ring tones and games. JV-Lite2 conforms to the J2METM specification as well as the Java specification for i-mode under license from NTT DoCoMo.

Compact NetFront Plus is a micro-browser designed for 2.5G and 3G global wireless services. In addition to Compact HTML/iHTML, it supports WML1.3 and XHTML Basic Internet standards, and displays HTML and WML-based Internet content seamlessly through a single browser.

JV-Lite 2 also includes WAVE (Windows-based Abstract Virtual Environment), the company's simple window manager, for easy porting to various types of hardware platforms.

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