Virtualization, Cloud Analytics

NewMonics’ Java virtual machine to be used in Parker Hannifin’s products

Lisle, Ill.- NewMonics Inc. announced Nov. 16 that it will provide its Perc virtual machine technology to Parker Hannifin Corp. (Cleveland, O.) for use in an undisclosed product line.

By Jim Montague, news editor November 19, 2001

Lisle, Ill.- NewMonics Inc. announced Nov. 16 that it will provide its Perc virtual machine technology to Parker Hannifin Corp. (Cleveland, O.) for use in an undisclosed product line. Perc Core Platform, based on Java technology, is designed to bring the advantages of Java and the increased reliability of legacy languages to embedded systems, such as those enabling Parker Hannifin’s products.

‘We believe Perc technologies will help Parker Hannifin create more flexible and extensible products,’ says Tim Tumilty, NewMonics’ sales and marketing vp. ‘We’re pleased to be a part of their product evolution.’

In other news, NewMonics announced that its Perc for Intelligent Networks will be used by an undisclosed developer of data communications equipment. The deal will put Perc for Intelligent Networks onboard a new class of carrier systems supporting IP services deployment to large Internet service providers. Perc for Intelligent Networks bundles the Perc Core Platform with third-party technologies commonly needed for the development of smart network devices. Launched in May 2001, Perc for Intelligent Networks brings the benefits of a real-time Java platform to the network equipment environment.