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March 17, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:37pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Having licensed Citrix Systems Inc’s Windows NT client for its forthcoming 32-bit handheld computers running its hot new EPOC32 operating system, Psion Software Plc has moved on to equip the things with Java capability. EPOC32 is written entirely in C++, and the license agreement with Sun Microsystems Inc’s SunSoft Inc allows it to do an implementation of Java for the EPOC32 environment and license it on to third parties that take EPOC32. Psion asserts that its software miniaturization skills will enable its version of Java technologies to run in handheld environments on low power RISCs. It says EPOC32 is being designed for future high-end products, such as communicators, smart phones, intelligent terminals and mobile Web browsers.

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