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ARM Cuts New Java Deal with Oracle
The company said the pact will focus on delivering throughput and efficient scalability to ARM-based multi-core systems
By: Maureen O'Gara
Jul. 23, 2013 07:45 AM
ARM has cut a multi-year deal with Oracle to optimize the Java Platform Standard Edition for its 32-bit chips further and to add Java SE support to its v8 64-bit platforms expected to be used in servers.
The company said the pact will focus on delivering throughput and efficient scalability to ARM-based multi-core systems.
ARM also said, "This agreement reflects the increasing applicability of the combination of ARM and Oracle technology in server and network infrastructure. It also benefits emerging applications in the machine-to-machine, or M2M, market, such as industrial control, factory automation and single-board computers, where energy-efficient ARM technology is increasingly being deployed."
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