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2000\05\17@093945 by Bennett, Matt

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www.ibutton.com/TINI/index.html

Embedded Java, Ethernet, TCP/IP, $50 (USD) for a board with 512K NVSRAM.
Built onto a board with a SIMM form factor.  Made by Dallas Semiconductor.

Matt Bennett

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2000\05\20@130331 by Dan Michaels

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John Clark wrote:
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>I am looking for an inexpensive microcontroller which I can program in Java.
>I have no need for advanced Java features like multithreading or garbage
>collection -- a compiler which would turn Java into assembler would be fine.
>I looked at the Scenix VM, but it has some $25,000 licensing fee.   I did
>see that IBM has a product for embedded Java:
....

Try ST22:  http://www.st.com/stonline/prodpres/smarcard/sc_idx.htm

Sun may have finally realized their javavaporchip into silicon after
2-3 years of hyping - might check there too.

I also have a bunch of links to Java [inc real-time J] on my site,
and you could try mining those:

http://www.sni.net/~oricom/emerge2.htm

best regards,
- Dan Michaels
Oricom Technologies
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2000\05\21@094828 by Clark, John

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>>Try ST22:  http://www.st.com/stonline/prodpres/smarcard/sc_idx.htm

Impressive.  I am familiar with the Dallas offerings (in response to the
other post on this subject), but until a single chip offering for under $5
is available, I don't think the "Java Everywhere" thing Sun sees will ever
materialize.  I am pleased to see that ST has developed hardware that will
natively execute byte code.  Do you know if they have any offerings in SOIC
or DIP packages?  The scan I just took of the website only revealed
offerings of naked chips and wafers.


John Clark
Indianapolis, IN


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2000\05\21@171747 by Dan Michaels

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John Clark wrote:
>>>Try ST22:  http://www.st.com/stonline/prodpres/smarcard/sc_idx.htm
>
>Impressive.  I am familiar with the Dallas offerings (in response to the
>other post on this subject), but until a single chip offering for under $5
>is available, I don't think the "Java Everywhere" thing Sun sees will ever
>materialize.  I am pleased to see that ST has developed hardware that will
>natively execute byte code.  Do you know if they have any offerings in SOIC
>or DIP packages?  The scan I just took of the website only revealed
>offerings of naked chips and wafers.
>

Hi John,

I have no personal knowledge regarding this technology, just a few
links, which you can mine for your own purposes. However, some
poking around uncovered the general area of Javacards, which does
appear to have a lot of action:

http://java.sun.com/products/javacard/

I also have some other links to Javacards and smart cards on my site:

http://www.sni.net/~oricom/emerge3.htm

best regards,
- Dan Michaels
Oricom Technologies
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2000\05\22@121435 by Dan Michaels

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Also, ran across the following:

"Now Any Chip Can Be A Java Chip":
http://www.zdnet.com/sr/stories/news/0,4538,2460088,00.html

Jstar:
http://www.jeditech.com/

best regards,
- Dan Michaels
Oricom Technologies
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