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March 22, 2002

PsiNaptic's JMatos™ Software Demonstrates Jini™ Technology
Across Multiple Java™ Platforms and Devices at JavaOne 2002

CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA - PsiNaptic Inc., the leading developer
of software implementing Jini technology for embedded processors,
will be demonstrating its groundbreaking JMatos software at Booth
#409 at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco from March 23rd to the 28th.

JMatos is a significant step forward in the development of a protocol that enables all, even very small, devices to discover other devices and form ad hoc network federations in which information and services can be freely and easily exchanged.

With a memory footprint of less than 100 kilobytes, JMatos software enables Jini technology to be deployed on resource-constrained devices such as mobile phones, PDAs, automobile subsystems and medical monitoring equipment.

PsiNaptic will be demonstrating JMatos Jini technology software functioning across a range of resource-constrained Java platforms and devices including:

  • A Nokia 9210 Communicator using Symbian's PJava implementation,
  • an aJile Systems' aJ-100 J2ME-CLDC direct execution
    microprocessor,
  • a Compaq iPAQ™ using Insignia's Jeode™ PJava implementation,
  • Dallas Semiconductor's Tiny InterNet Interface (TINI™)

As Java-enabled, resource-constrained devices such as cell phones and
PDAs become more pervasive, there will be an increased benefit to enabling them to seamlessly network with other devices. According to PsiNaptic's CTO, Dr. Steven Knudsen, "Through JMatos we can extend Jini's adaptive networking capabilities to J2ME and other resource-constrained devices. This furthers PsiNaptic's vision of enabling everyday devices to communicate with each other to perform tasks and services on behalf of people."

About PsiNaptic Inc.

PsiNaptic implements distributed computing frameworks such as Jini
technology for use in very small microprocessors. By combining JMatos™ technology with Java™ technology and standard wireless protocols such as Bluetooth™, PsiNaptic works with OEMs to add low cost, low power, wireless networking and spontaneous interaction capabilities to everyday objects. The free JMatos SDK is available for download at www.psinaptic.com


© 2004 PsiNaptic Inc.