Qualcomm, a developer of wireless technologies, and Oracle have announced the availability of Oracle's Sun Java Wireless Client for Qualcomm's Brew Mobile Platform (Brew MP). With this release, Sun Java Wireless Client, Oracle's Java implementation for mobile handsets, is now pre-integrated with Brew MP. Handset manufacturers and developers alike are provided with a turnkey solution to incorporate Java technology into mobile devices based on Brew MP in a consistent manner across devices, ensuring seamless integration and coexistence of Java applications with Brew MP native applications.
The pre-integration and pre-optimization of Oracle's Sun Java Wireless Client on Brew MP extends the Brew MP value proposition of providing open platform solutions across a wide variety of device types and tiers. In addition, the availability of customization and configuration tools from Oracle-Sun enables device manufacturers to fine-tune the solution to their target devices without modifying the Java implementation. Brew MP is a mass-market mobile operating system platform that delivers smartphone functionality across virtually all tiers of devices. The operating system enables advanced capabilities such as touchscreen, rich multimedia, window management, open platform extensibility and expanded support for native application development.
"Oracle's Sun Java Wireless Client's pre-integration onto Brew MP gives Java developers access to an even larger universe of mass-market mobile devices. We're pleased to partner with Qualcomm to bring a high-performance and multi-tasking Java implementation to the operators, handset manufacturers and developers using Brew MP," said Jeet Kaul, Oracle's vice president of Java Engineering.