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February 19, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:41pm


By CBR Staff Writer

French microkernel company Chorus Systemes SA has duly licenced JavaOS from Sun Microsystems Inc and has integrated it with the componentized Chorus/OS it peddles to telecommunications companies for use on switches and other real-time devices. Java applets can execute on top of the combine. Meantime, making a play for the network computer space, Chorus has also implemented Java upon the real-time Chorus/ClassiX kernel which is designed for single system environments that have multiple boards or distributed configurations. It’s calling the result Chorus/Jazz, which can execute Java applets, supports HotJava and HotJava Views and service real-time requirements concurrently. Chorus/Jazz includes Chorus/Classix toolsets, network and device interfaces and APIs – including Chorus/Cool Corba 2.0 services. It ships next quarter on Intel, PowerPC, ARM and 68k processors. Sparc and Mips ports are underway. Development prices start at $11,000 per seat; runtimes are dependent on volume.

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