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Philips to Incorporate High Performance Java Technology in its 2.5G Nexperia Cellular System Solution
Philips to Incorporate High Performance Java Technology in its 2.5G Nexperia Cellular System Solution

(October 15, 2002) - Royal Philips Electronics will include a high performance J2ME implementation in its Nexperia Cellular System Solution for 2.5G cellular devices. Philips will work together with Smart Fusion to incorporate a J2ME implementation based on Sun Microsystems' Connected Limited Device Configuration HotSpot Implementation (CLDC HotSpot). This will allow handset manufacturers to support richer content capabilities and enable network operators to build compelling services.

Philips' 2.5G Nexperia Cellular System Solution integrates the technology required to power a handset, including the RF, baseband, power amplifier, power management unit, display, and communications protocol software. Philips has developed a reference design, ready for production by handset manufacturers, which will greatly reduce integration costs and time to market. The next generation Nexperia Cellular System Solution will be available for mass production in 2003.

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