Jvm vendor readies Linux mobile phone stacks

Posted by grouch on May 19, 2006 1:19 AM EDT
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Aplix, best known for its Java stacks for mobile phones, will add carrier-specific mobile phone software reference implementations (RIs) to its product line. Handset vendors will use its modular RIs to quickly create differentiated BTO (built-to-order) designs, it says. A Linux RI and a Brew RI are its first objectives.

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