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LSI Logic, RTJ to offer Java support for ZSP cores

Posted: 21 Jul 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:zsp g1? dsp core? rtj computing simplertj g? java virtual machine?

The DSP product division of LSI Logic Corp. and RTJ Computing disclosed that consumer product developers utilizing the ZSP G1 family of DSP cores will now be supported by RTJ Computing's simpleRTJ Java virtual machine (JVM).

As the newest member of the ZSP solution partner program, RTJ Computing has ported its clean room implementation of the Java language to the G1 family of ZSP DSP processors including the ZSP200, ZSP400 and ZSPneo. With a small memory footprint and no RTOS required, system designers are expected to benefit from better portability to different processors, simplified system development and a reduced bill of materials across a wide range of applications using the popular licensable ZSP architecture with simpleRTJ.

"Our unique approach to the clean room implementation of the Java Virtual Machine allows us to supply a Java run-time solution that can even be used on the embedded systems with the very modest memory configuration on a wide variety of 8-16-32bit microcontrollers," said Peter Gasparik, director, RTJ Computing.

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