Also being announced is Java Embedded Suite 7.0, an embedded middleware suite for Java SE Embedded, featuring an optimized version of the GlassFish application server and the Jersey Web services framework. The suite also is based on the JavaDB database. Developers can use components of the suite to build applications running on Java SE Embedded 7. Applications can be built for network appliances, health care devices, and large peripheral devices, such as multi-function printers. The suite is available for Linux on x86 and ARM processors.
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