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Processor enables smart infrastructure deployments

Posted: 13 Mar 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:processor SoC? deployment infrastructure? aJ-102?

aJile Systems has introduced the aJ-102, a complete SoC processor customized for real-time, remote applications. Designed to add intelligence to next-generation smart infrastructure deployments, industrial processing applications and machine-to-machine networks, the device is the company's second-generation Java direct-execution processor, offering a 3x Java MIPS performance improvement over previous generation processors.

Based on the company's aJ-100 processor, the aJ-102 is a 32bit Java-technology microprocessor that includes a micro-programmed real-time kernel. It also integrates a DSP processor, a 10/100 Ethernet Controller, a USB On-The-Go Controller, a discrete encryption/decryption processor, LCD controller and additional I/O options to create a comprehensive SoC for remote infrastructure applications.

A patented multiple Java Virtual Machine design creates a hardware firewall between multiple Java applications running concurrently. This allows deterministic hard real-time applications to run independently and to safely co-exist with networked applications.

The aJ-102 SoC Network Processor comes bundled with the aJile embedded RTOS, an optimizing application builder, debugging tools and an evaluation kit that provides a complete silicon-based solution for the JME platform. Offered in a 324-pin TFBGA package, the aJ-102 is tested to industrial temperature specifications.

aJ-102 samples are available now, with production volumes available in April. The aJ-102 is priced at $16.00 each in high volume. The evaluation kit will be available in April, priced at $499 each.

- Rich Pell
Industrial Control Designline

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