Sun Releases Unified Java For Phones
Mar 1, 2007, 2:16 AM by (staff)
Sun today will make a new version of Java for Mobile Devices available to manufacturers and developers. The Mobile Service Architecture (MSA) platform combines a number of different existing Java components into a single minimum standard that has been agreed upon by most major operators and manufacturers. With the MSA, developers will have a modern minimum standard that is guaranteed to be on every new phone in the future. The last time Sun and the Java committees set forth a minimum common standard was four years ago; technology has advanced so much that now it is difficult for developers to know what components are available on different phones. Although the MSA was released today, phones that run it will not be available until the second half of this year.
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