The Intelligent Internet of Things with Axeda and Oracle Java Embedded

March 1, 2016

Java, born on an embedded device as part of Project Green, is the most widely used development language in the world with over 9 million developers. Given its ability to run on a wide range of devices—from sensors with limited CPU and memory to rack mounted servers—no other technology today is better positioned to power an IoT strategy than Java. Java-powered devices in this ecosystem will communicate with each other, with users, and with the real world via sensors and relays to gather knowledge and to reason about the world around us in real time. Oracle Java ME Embedded and Oracle Java SE Embedded are ideally positioned to be the foundation for device and gateway application development. By using a combination of these VM offerings, Java can be used for IoT development, end-to-end, from the device to the data center.

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