"Even some of Intel's devices will have 'Jeode' software
under the hood."
"Java is finding its way into Internet appliances and embedded
devices, and this time the market may justify the hype. One
barometer will be Insignia Solutions, which sold off its PC
emulation software and has bet its future on Jeode, a Sun
Authorized clone of Personal and Embedded Java."
"Insignia last month reported a Q4 loss, because its transition
into a Java company is not complete. But Insignia has signed deals
with Bsquare, MontaVista and Intel. Bsquare is the largest
integrator of Windows Powered (i.e., Windows CE and Embedded NT)
solutions. MontaVista will integrate Jeode with embedded Linux for
PowerPCs and Intel x86 Pentiums. Intel, despite its feud with Sun,
will use Jeode in its NetStructure (formerly iPivot) product
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