Samsung has announced it will adopt “JBlend” for its mobile phone handsets. JBlend is the Java execution environment developed by Aplix Corp. for use in embedded devices. Samsung plans to deploy JBlend in several of its models to be developed and launched in the future. “It is to be the first time for Samsung to deploy JBlend in the mobile phone,” according to Aplix.
Nokia, which boasts the world’s largest shipment of mobile phone handsets, ships a model deploying “iaJET” targeted for the Chinese market. iaJET is a Java execution environment by iaSolution Inc. of Taiwan that became affiliated with Aplix in 2004. Motorola Inc., whose shipments are the second largest in the world, also ships several models embedded with JBlend. Via: NikkeiBP