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2004-11-23 Mitsui takes stake in Esmertec
Japanese conglomerate Mitsui is investing $8.6 million in Swiss Java software specialist Esmertec as part of a strategic collaboration to exploit opportunities in Asia-Pacific in the wireless and embedded sectors.
2004-02-19 LG Electronics to launch Java phone with MIDP2.0
LG Electronics Ltd has signed an agreement for the supply of Esmertec's Jbed Java Virtual Machine (JVM) solution for mobile multimedia phones and embedded devices.
2004-10-25 Agere sampling Class 12 Edge/GPRS reference designs
Agere claimed its latest reference platform for multimedia mobile phones based on GPRS/Edge technology can reduce handset time-to-market by up to three months.
2005-07-01 NEC Electronics touts open platform for software deployment, reuse
NEC Electronics Corp. has proposed an open platform dubbed platformOViA for embedded software deployment and reuse.
2005-04-07 MIPS inks alliances with four DTV companies
MIPS announced that it has made alliances with four international digital TV solution providers, as the company continues its effort to corner the growing digital TV market.
2007-11-07 Google bares mobile strategy: open platform
Google's long-awaited gPhone has been rechristened "Android," but a briefing on the device focused on the 34-member Open Handset Alliance Google has formed to drive open interfaces for wireless applications, rather than on a handset design.
2005-07-28 Global Sources opens ESC/EDA&T exhibitions in Taiwan
Global Sources has opened the fifth annual Embedded Systems Conference-Taiwan (ESC-Taiwan) and the 13th annual Electronic Design Automation & Test-Taiwan Conference & Exhibition (EDA&T-Taiwan).
2003-07-29 DCT supports EEMBC Java Benchmark Group
Digital Communication Technologies is the latest Java player to join the EEMBC's group that has developed the benchmarks for Java J2ME implementations.
2005-06-29 ARM says technology reduces Java memory footprint by up to 3X
ARM has introduced a new technology that the company says can dramatically reduce memory footprint while increasing performance and saving power in a wide range of applications, including mobile phones and consumer devices.
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