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Nazomi Licenses Sun Microsystems' Java Wireless Technology for Its Universal Acceleration Solutions for Java Platforms
Nazomi Licenses Sun Microsystems' Java Wireless Technology for Its Universal Acceleration Solutions for Java Platforms

(July 9, 2002) - Nazomi Communications, Inc., a pioneer in universal and scalable solutions for boosting the performance of software running on the Java Platform, announced that it has licensed Sun Microsystems' Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) and Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP). The CLDC and MIDP are part of the J2ME platform.

The agreement will give Nazomi access to Sun's Java technology that Nazomi will incorporate into its current JA108 Universal Acceleration chip for Java architectures and multimedia, and in its JSTAR and JSMART acceleration technologies. Nazomi's JA108, JSTAR, and JSMART solutions are optimized for mobile wireless and such environments where performance, power consumption, cost, size, and time to market are critical success factors.

"We see Nazomi's creative work in developing technology and products for J2ME as important to the industry," said Rich Green, vice president and general manager, Java and XML Software, Sun Microsystems. "Nazomi's full implementation of the CLDC/MIDP specifications, together with Sun's proven Java technology, will give third-party vendors an end-to-end development environment for the wireless world."

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