Intel's XScale to Run Sun Java

June 2003
Electronic News;6/16/2003, Vol. 49 Issue 24, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Reports on a collaboration announced by Intel Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. that will allow Java technology-enabled audio, visual and multimedia applications to run on Intel's Xscale-based processors. Terms of the agreement; Significance of the deal.


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