Java Embedded

Embedded Java Technology Enables the Internet of Things (IoT)

Develop highly functional, reliable, portable, and secure solutions for small to large embedded devices. Reduce costs, improve product quality, and speed time to market with Java.

  • Oracle’s Embeddable Java
  • Oracle’s Embeddable Java
  • Oracle’s Embeddable Java
  • Oracle’s Embeddable Java
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  • Device-to-data-center solutions for smarter devices and end-to-end applications
  • Remote in-market updates and refreshes extend product lifecycle and value
  • Portability and the largest developer ecosystem reduce development costs and time to market
  • Robust, scalable, and complete solution for small to large embedded devices

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Enabling Analytics on Edge Devices in Internet of Things

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M2MNow: Oracle's Java 8 set to shake up the M2M and IoT markets

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Develop Java Embedded Applications Using a Raspberry Pi

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Customer Success Stories

TOTVS logo

"Java as the national standard means that every TV set will have Java embedded, and will create business opportunities for developers, service providers, broadcasters, and manufacturers. Oracle is supporting us to deliver a very high-quality product for consumer electronics."

David Britto, IT Director for Digital TV Business, TOTVS
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"We needed a very flexible development environment to compete with other new-media services. We wanted to make the user experience as compelling as possible to captivate viewers and build the audience. Java is open and works on many different platforms."

Carlos Fini, Engineering Manager, Globo TV
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"We have been convinced for many years that Java is the right way forward for the M2M industry. Its open standards, powerful security features, and huge worldwide skills base makes Java the safest and most flexible platform for developers of embedded healthcare applications. We are delighted to see Java now becoming the standard in M2M and we look forward to working with Oracle to incorporate new developments in Java into our market-leading products."

Manfred Kube, Director Business Development mHealth, Cinterion
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