Oracle today announced Oracle Java Embedded Suite 7.0, a new, packaged offering that facilitates creating applications across a wide range of embedded systems including network appliances, healthcare devices, home gateways and routers and large peripheral devices, such as multi-function printers.
Secure hosting of web services, static and dynamic web content and client access to RESTful web services
Configuration options to enable deployment-specific tuning and performance optimizations
Oracle Java Embedded Suite helps customers achieve faster time to market by leveraging proven middleware components with their existing Java skill sets.
Oracle Java Embedded Suite 7.0 is now available for Linux on x86 and Linux on ARM. An evaluation implementation of Oracle Java Embedded Suite 7.0 is available for download from the Oracle Technology Network (OTN).
Oracle's Java Embedded products enable device manufacturers to leverage the massive Java ecosystem that includes over 9 million Java developers worldwide.
Java Embedded technologies are a key component of Oracle's complete, 'device to datacenter' platform, simplifying implementation of Machine to Machine (M2M) solutions.
Addressing the strong demand for Java in the embedded market, Oracle is hosting a new Java Embedded @ JavaOne event taking place October 3-4 at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco. This event allows decision makers to attend the Java Embedded @ JavaOne business-focused program, while their IT/development staff can attend the technically-focused JavaOne conference.
Oracle is showcasing Java Embedded and Java ME technologies at JavaOne 2012 during over 60 conference sessions and BOFs, as well as in the JavaOne Exhibition Hall.
JavaOne 2012 will take place September 30 - October 4, 2012 in the Zone at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square, Hotel Nikko, Parc 55 Wyndham and the Taylor Street Café.
Java Facts and Figures
97% of enterprise desktops run Java
1 billion Java downloads each year
More than 3 billion devices are powered by Java technology
80% of mobile developers target the Java platform
More than 125 million Java-based TV devices have been deployed
Over 8 billion Java Card units have been shipped since its introduction
"The rapid growth of the 'Internet of Things' in industries such as home networking, medical devices, energy grid management, industrial automation, M2M and wireless devices is increasing demand for the delivery and deployment of standard based applications which are capable of collecting and managing data and data traffic from numerous embedded devices," said Nandini Ramani, vice president of Engineering, Java Client and Mobile Platforms, Oracle. "Oracle Java Embedded Suite allows customers to use standard middleware components to more quickly develop applications that can aggregate, store and transmit data securely to and from these resource constrained devices and helps ensure timely and low cost data concentration for M2M or M2M-like systems."
The JavaOne conference brings together Java experts and enthusiasts for an extraordinary week of learning and networking focused entirely on all things Java. With more than 400 sessions covering topics that span the breadth of the Java universe, keynotes from foremost Java visionaries, and expert-led hands-on learning opportunities, JavaOne is the world's most important event for the Java community.
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