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JXTA Community latest "triple play" releases deliver JXTA ubiquitous network vision

Posted by tra on June 17, 2005 at 12:25 PM PDT

This week the JXTA community executed an impressive "triple-play", releasing simultaneously, for the first time in the project history, 3 different implementations of the JXTA P2P protocols. The 3 implementations are fully compliant and interoperable enabling the deployment of self-organizing, scalable, and secure P2P applications on devices ranging from sensors, phones, ipods, PDAs, PCs, TVs, STBs, DVRs, servers and supercomputers.

1)JXTA-J2SE 2.3.4 (Arroz Congris)

2)JXTA-J2ME 2.0 (Arrakis),

3)JXTA-C/C++ 2.1.1 for Solaris, Linux, Win, and embedded RTOS (Disney).

Sun also announced that Boeing, the lead systems integrator for the U.S. Army's multi-billion dollar Future Combat Systems (FCS) project, has selected the JXTA technology to provide the P2P discovery service for the U.S. Army FCS global network infrastructure.

These latest announcements highlight the continue growth and maturity of the JXTA technology, making JXTA the leading P2P Platform for deploying ubiquitous commercial applications.

JXTA will have a significant presence at JavaOne to reinforce its commitment to the Java developer community.

JXTA community members will also be on hand to share their experiences and expertise on developing and deploying JXTA applications at the JXTA Community Townhall meeting. Please come meet with us and learn about the unique capabilities of the JXTA network for deploying highly-resilient, self-organizing, and scalable ubiquitous network solutions.

"As Java implies platform independence, and
XML implies language independence, JXTA
implies network independence."

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