San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 2, 2009
Bug Labs, the New York-based company behind BUG, a modular embedded device development platform based on the Java programming language, today issued a series of announcements at JavaOne 2009. The announcements include a suite of enterprise-class applications and modules, an alliance with Axeda Corporation's partner ecosystem, the forthcoming retail availability of the BUGbee 802.15.4 radio module, and the upcoming availability of BUG in select international markets.
Bug Labs will be demonstrating several applications and modules tailored for use in the enterprise, such as:
"BUG takes the complexity out of developing hardware devices," said Peter Semmelhack, founder and CEO of Bug Labs. "Whether a large Fortune 500 company, an R&D lab, or an entrepreneur such as LivingAnalytics, BUG has helped numerous organizations lower the barrier to entry and streamline their product innovation, enabling them to get to market twice as fast at half the cost."
Additionally, Bug Labs is announcing that BUGbee, its low-powered 802.15.4 radio module, will be available for $79 from Bug Labs' online store within the next two weeks. BUGbee allows developers to create personal area networks (PANs) and sensor networks for applications in security, home automation, automotive, machine-to-machine (M2M) and more.
BUG will also be shipping internationally to select European and Asian countries by the end of Q3'09, including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and more, with a full list of countries to be announced in the coming weeks. International orders will initially be processed and fulfilled via Bug Labs' online store at http://store.buglabs.net.
Finally, Bug Labs is also announcing its inclusion in Axeda Corporation's soon-to-be-announced partner ecosystem, with more details to be unveiled by Axeda this Wednesday June 3.
Bug Labs will be located at booth #708 in the Moscone Pavilion, as well as within Java Utopia, where the company will be giving daily product demonstrations, tutorials and lightning talks. Bug Labs will also be participating in a Birds-Of-a-Feather session on Wednesday, June 3 at 6:45pm in Esplanade 303. JavaOne 2009 will take place between June 2 and June 5 in San Francisco's Moscone Center.
About Bug Labs:
Bug Labs is a new kind of technology company, enabling a new generation of engineers to tap their creativity and build any type of device they want, without having to solder, learn solid state electronics, or go to China. Bug Labs envisions a future where CE stands for Community Electronics, the term "mashups" applies equally to hardware as it does to Web services, and entrepreneurs can appeal to numerous markets by inventing "The Long Tail" of devices. For more information please visit http://www.buglabs.net.
About Antenna Software:
Antenna Software provides the Antenna Mobility Platform™ (AMP), which enables organizations to design, build, deploy and manage mobile applications quickly and cost effectively. Delivered as a managed service or on premise, AMP supports multiple enterprise systems and mobile devices from one unified environment. Powered by AMP, Antenna's AMP™ mobile business solutions provide field sales, service and IT support organizations with pre-built, configurable mobile applications that help improve field productivity, customer care and profitability. For more information, please visit http://www.antennasoftware.com.