JTWI includes Sun's Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) 1.
JTWI has entered its final ballot phase, due to conclude by July 1.
It will build upon the JTWI vision, and output from other industry groups, to create an open and evolving platform roadmap to enable consistent and predictable implementation on a wide range of mobile devices.
JTWI is defined through the Java Community Process (JCP) as JSR 185 by an expert group of leading mobile device manufacturers, wireless carriers, and software vendors.
China Unicom's UniJa is a new Java-based service that is fully compliant with the JTWI standard (Java Technology for the Wireless Industry), and it also includes China Unicom's extensions for DRM (Digital Rights Management) as well as a camera API.
We are confident that China Unicom subscribers and other end-users will soon enjoy the benefits brought by JTWI support both for business and entertainment applications.
0 compliant with support for multiple Java Specification Requests (JSRs), including those required for JSR-185, known as Java Technology for Wireless Industry or JTWI
Other functionalities include JTWI
compliant JAVA, software polyphony, DRM, hardware security, Mono Interference Cancellation (also known as SAIC), WAP/MMS and Bluetooth 1.
The tests will cover handsets that adhere to the Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) and Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) specifications and to the soon to be released standards of the JTWI
Jcap CLDC includes full support for JTWI
and other standard profiles.