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Java modules and tools comply to RoHS directive

Posted: 26 Sep 2006     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Imsys Technologies  RoHS compliant  SNAP module  medical devices  industrial terminals 

Imsys Technologies, a manufacturer of processors, modules and tools for embedded Java applications, has released an RoHS compliant line of products based on its TINI compatible SNAP module.

The combination of hardware and software constitutes a very efficient platform for program development and execution, especially for Java. With Ethernet, TCP/IP stack and a multitude of other serial channels the platform offers protocol conversion and compatibility with the industry standard TINI. A Sun Microsystems certified Java ME–CLDC implementation runs in the Imsys IM1000 processor on the module. Programs can be developed in freely available tools like Sun JDK and the open source framework Eclipse, and sent to the module for execution. For programmers in need of using other languages the Imsys Developer PC host software offers a fully integrated design environment for handling a mix of Java, C and ASM32 programming and debugging.

"This small but powerful platform enables designers of embedded systems to get Java applications on-line and be productive from the start," said Imsys CEO Ola Andersson. "With the new series of modules and strategy of the company, we can now offer customised versions for different requirements. The open reference design provides easy integration of customised functionality into cost and performance optimised systems."

The modules come with memory sizes from 2MB to 8MB. The RoHS-compliant SNAP is available starting next month, with pricing to start at Rs.5,948.16 ($128) for the 4MB version (100 units).




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