NewMonics' new PERC release offers major enhancements, features

Lisle, Ill. - NewMonics Inc. launched version 3.2.1 of PERC becomeing the first embedded JVM to provide enterprise-class profiling.

01/17/2002


Lisle, Ill. - NewMonics Inc. launched version 3.2.1 of PERC becomeing the first embedded JVM to provide enterprise-class profiling. The release also extends support of leading RTOSs, introduces new support for debugging, and offers reduced start-up time and footprint.

Profiling is considered a significant breakthrough by engineers using Java to create their embedded products in that it helps optimize system performance by quickly pinpointing and resolving memory leaks and performance bottlenecks and ultimately speeds time to market. The advancement is the result of a NewMonics' agreement to port for re-sale Optimizeit Profiler.

'Our customers have found PERC has given them a competitive edge and want to harness PERC's capabilities in ever-more-demanding embedded Java applications,' says Tim Tumilty, vp sales and marketing for NewMonics. 'Being the first JVM supplier to provide enterprise-class profiling demonstrates our commitment to meet their needs.'

The PERC Core Platform is a clean-room JVM and supporting technologies that comply with JDK 1.3 specifications while providing the freedom and flexibility needed to make Java work for complex embedded systems. PERC brings the advantages of Java as well as the high reliability of legacy languages to demanding and robust embedded products in fields such as network infrastructure, telematics and industrial automation.





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