SEGGER recently announced that its embOS real-time operating system now supports MicroEJ’s platform, thereby giving Java developers the ability to work on ARM Cortex-M based embedded applications. You get a complete Java platform with a virtual machine, which is a 32-bit processor that manages Java threads. It is executed as a task controlled by SEGGER’s embOS kernel . Thus, you get all the benefits of both ANSI-C and Java in a single embedded target.
Developers can focus on their Java applications and do not need to have any deeper knowledge of ANSI-C. For more information about embOS’s support for the MicroEJ Platform, visit www.segger.com/embos-microej.html.