OSS Nokalva Announces J2ME CLDC Support


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Rishi Boparai

SOMERSET, NJ--(MARKET WIRE)--Aug 7, 2007 -- OSS Nokalva, Inc., a
leading developer of standards based solutions for ASN.1, XML, and
Biometrics, announced today the availability of J2ME CLDC support in
the OSS ASN.1 Tools for Java.

The OSS ASN.1 Tools for Java have always provided an economical
platform independent solution. The introduction of J2ME CLDC support
extends the capabilities of the Tools. You can now develop ASN.1
applications in Java for mobile phones, personal digital assistants
(PDAs), and other resource-constrained devices.

The Java Tools consist of a compiler and a set of feature-rich runtime
jar files. The compiler maps ASN.1 syntax into Java classes. The
runtime jar files facilitate encode, decode and various other
operations on application messages.

"OSS continues its commitment to customer satisfaction -- now
customers can enjoy the benefits of Java while meeting their new
product platform needs," stated Rajul Gupta, OSS ASN.1 Product
Manager.

The OSS ASN.1 Tools for Java are available for a free 30 day
evaluation -- http://www.oss.com/products/evaluation.html. For more
information, please visit www.oss.com, email (e-mail address removed), or call +1
(888) 677-2761 (Toll free USA and Canada), + 1 (732) 302-0750
(International).

About OSS Nokalva

Since 1988, OSS Nokalva Inc. (www.oss.com), with 800+ customers
worldwide, has been a leading provider of ASN.1 solutions and
services. OSS has been instrumental in shaping and developing both ASN.
1 standards and technologies. Several OSS employees are active
participants in the international ASN.1 Standards Groups and related
committees. OSS Nokalva has extensive experience in porting to a
variety of platforms -- the ASN.1 Tools are available on more than 250
platforms including many embedded platforms.
 
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