aJile Systems is a pioneer in the design and manufacture of Java technology-based processors.
The engineering and marketing teams consist of Java pioneers from Rockwell-Collins, Sun Microsystems and Centaur Technology, where they gained considerable expertise in the design and marketing of multiple generations of Microprocessors for networked embedded applications. aJile's founders include four of the principle engineers and designers responsible for the development of the world's first low-power Java processor, JEM™, and for advanced Java software development tools at Rockwell Collins.
The aJile team shares the belief that there is a significant shift from the "desktop-centric" computing model to a "network-centric" model, which is accelerating the need for new generations of 32-bit low-power Java processors. These new generations of low-power embedded Java processors are required to effectively and securely execute distributed objects over wired and wireless network.