aJile Systems Inc. IP Catalog
aJile Systems Inc.
aJile Systems was formed in July 1999 by a group of technologists from Rockwell Collins, Sun Microsystems, and Centaur Technologies. The principals of aJile Systems share a common belief that the rapid proliferation of Java technology, the Internet, and recent advances in CMOS process technology are extending the Java paradigm beyond the desktop and server. By providing a family of low-power networked single-chip Java microprocessors and IP cores, which includes a real-time kernel, aJile's founders are helping to bring the Java revolution to a wide variety of handheld, mobile and consumer appliances.
While still at Rockwell Collins, aJile's principals led a team responsible for the development of the JEM1, the world's first direct execution Java microprocessor, which achieved its first silicon in July, 1997. JEM technology enables low-power embedded applications to be programmed entirely and directly in Java and at the same time to achieve the efficiency and performance of comparable conventional embedded processors programmed in C.
aJile licensed Rockwell's JEM technology and is developing the aJile family of processors for low-power embedded networked applications.
aJile Systems Inc. IP Listing
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