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aJile Systems  Profile

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aJile Systems  Company Overview

aJile Systems was formed in July 1999 by a group of technologists from Rockwell Collins, Sun Microsystems, and Centaur Technologies. aJile Systems develops, manufactures and markets a family of low-power, direct execution Java processors embedded with a real-time kernel based on Sun Microsystems J2ME platform.

aJile Systems  Products

The types of products manufactured by aJile Systems include Real-time Low-power Processor aJ-100, JNIB Network Interface Box, and JEMCore, a direct-execution Java processor that is available as an IP core for highly integrated system-on-chip (SoC) designs.

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