Oracle Java Embedded unlocks the value of the Internet of Things (IoT) with intelligence on connected devices. In fact, Java Technology can be found in a broad spectrum of embedded and IoT products across a diverse set of industry segments that produce anything from smart utility to parking meters, ATM’s, Smart Cards, Airplane Systems and Multi-function printers to POS terminals (just to name a few). This includes a wide variety of form factors and device footprint sizes, across a large number of hardware and OS platform configurations, Java can meet all of your embedded needs. Listed below are some of our currently licensed customers that have already taken advantage of the power of Java technology for their embedded devices. Contact us for more information about our Java Embedded products.
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Tridium Benefits from the Open Framework of Java - John Sublett, CTO for Tridium, shares how running a Java open framework beneath Tridium’s open framework allows for leveraging the entire Java ecosystem while also delivering well-described device data for analytics and higher value applications. (Video)
Java Makes Product Development Easier for ProSyst - Dr. Dimitar Valtchev, CTO for ProSyst, chooses Java for its stable, mature platform that continues to be developed with new and improved features making product development for ProSyst easier. (Video)
V2Com Connects more than 1 Million Smart Devices and Helps Customers Reduce Costs - "With Oracle Java SE Embedded and Oracle Java ME Embedded, we have an object-oriented programming technology that enables open-standards-based development for the Internet of Things. We can now more easily integrate our advanced-metering infrastructure system with various platforms—such as counters, transformers, and circuit breakers—as such integration is essential for our business in the utilities industry." (Case Study)
Smartest House on the Street The Internet of Things meets home automation with opeHAB, a java-based software environment that integratesdevices and applications into a cohesive network. (Java Magazine)
Java Turns Single Purpose Devices to Applications Hitachi SuperJ Framework provides high flexibility and remote control (install, start, stop and uninstall) of Java applications and supports the execution and dependency management of multiple applications on a single VM. Interview of David Foote, CTO of Hitachi (Video)
Jargon Technologies success story The benefits of using Java technology to build interactive media applications for embedded devices including Blu-ray Disc players and mobile phones. (Podcast – MP3)
TOTVS Simplifies Digital TV with Java TOTVS has partnered with Oracle to become the lead supplier of DTV software and middleware solutions for integrated DTV, STB, and mobile manufacturers in Brazil and Latin America. Interview David Britto, IT Director for Digital TV Business at TOTVS (Video)
Java Under the Hood Perrone Robotics puts Oracle technology on the dashboard of Neil Young’s zero-emissions vehicle. (Profit Magazine)
Ericsson Leverages Java for Multiple Benefits Magnus Lonnroth on how Java benefits Ericsson and its customers. As a world-leading provider of end-to-end mobile systems to operators, Ericsson networks serve more than 2.7 billion subscribers, with a goal of 50 billion connected devices by 2020. (Video)