SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct. 31, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Applied Micro Circuits Corporation (Nasdaq:AMCC), also known as AppliedMicro, today announced a collaboration with Oracle Corporation to port Oracle JDK for Linux-based ARMv8 64-bit servers. Oracle will work with Applied Micro's X-Gene TM Server on a Chip TM – the industry's first, and highest performance production grade ARMv8 silicon – to enable and optimize Oracle JDK for enterprise and cloud deployments.
"AppliedMicro and Oracle have enjoyed a solid working relationship for more than a year," said Dr. Paramesh Gopi, AppliedMicro's President and CEO. "Oracle's commitment to X-Gene points to the maturity and performance of our silicon and its readiness for mainstream deployment."
More details may be found on Oracle's and AppliedMicro's respective blog sites at:https://blogs.oracle.com/henrik/entry/armtechcon2013 http://www.apm.com/news/blog/ About AppliedMicro Applied Micro Circuits Corporation is a global leader in computing and connectivity solutions for next-generation cloud infrastructure and data centers. AppliedMicro delivers silicon solutions that dramatically lower total cost of ownership. Corporate headquarters are located in Sunnyvale, California. www.apm.com . © Copyright 2013. Applied Micro Circuits Corporation, AppliedMicro, X-Gene, Server on a Chip, and Cloud Server are trademarks or registered trademarks of Applied Micro Circuits Corporation. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners.
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