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J2ME MIDP 2.0 Version of JBlend Ships to Early Access Customers for Deployment in Mobile Phones
J2ME MIDP 2.0 Version of JBlend Ships to Early Access Customers for Deployment in Mobile Phones

(December 17, 2002) - Aplix Corporation has begun shipping a new version of its JBlend platform to early access customers. This new version has complete support for the recently-ratified J2ME MIDP 2.0 (JSR 118). Mobile phones leveraging JBlend technology for MIDP 2.0 are expected to be deployed during 2003 by handset manufacturers and wireless carriers in North America, Europe, and Asia. The latest implementation of JBlend technology also supports, as optional extensions, the J2ME Wireless Messaging (JSR 120) and Mobile Media (JSR 135) APIs.

As with prior implementations of JBlend technology, the latest version for MIDP 2.0 also provides complete support for the J2ME Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) and Aplix's KFTT acceleration technology. When deployed in mobile phones, this comprehensive platform enables consumers to run enhanced games, maps, and productivity applications that can be downloaded to the phone wirelessly.

JBlend technology is the most deployed Java execution environment for mobile phones worldwide, incorporated into 35 wireless handset models from 11 different manufacturers. With the latest mobile phone deployments in Europe and the US, the number of JBlend technology-equipped mobile phones and consumer devices now exceeds 12 million units.

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