eWeek: HP stirs up new Chai embedded software for LinuxOct 12, 2000, 19:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Roberta Holland)
"Hewlett-Packard Co. is continuing its growth in the embedded applications market, recently releasing several new offerings for its Chai software platform."
"HP announced the availability of the platform in Linux and introduced new versions of the Chai virtual machine, embedded application server and microbrowser."
"The Chai VirtualMachine 5.0 features a new technology called ChaiFreezeDry, which shrinks the footprint of applications on embedded devices by as much as 50 percent and saves memory and money for device manufacturers, officials said. The technology uses standard Java byte code and works on any Java application. The application is reformatted with a smaller footprint and executed in that format."