Virtio Announces Virtual Platform Support for IBM WebSphere Everyplace Embedded Software

2/25/2002 - Virtio Corporation, the creator of virtual platforms, today announced support for IBM's open standards-based WebSphere Everyplace Embedded software running on Virtio's VPXS Virtual Platform technology. VPXS is a software model of the Intel® PXA250 Applications Processor Development Board and supports a variety of operating systems and tool chains (See press release, “Virtio Introduces Virtual Platform For The Intel® PXA250 Applications Processor Based On The Intel® XSCALE(TM) Microarchitecture,” dated February 25, 2002.) IBM's WebSphere Everyplace Embedded is an integrated device software platform for both native and embedded Java applications targeted at extending e-business to a wide range of devices. IBM's WebSphere Everyplace Embedded software is packaged with a POSIX-compliant Real Time Operating System (RTOS), an IBM embedded Java Virtual Machine (JVM), and the OSGi-compliant Service Management Framework, and includes an Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment.

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