Our own Bill Blosen from our HP-UX engineering team is speaking today at the Java 7 launch event in Redwood Shores, California. Bill is reinforcing that HP has been a strong supporter and licensee of the Java technology since the early days of Java 1.1 on all of our platforms, and will continue to maintain this strong relationship.
HP offers a full portfolio of ProLiant servers, benefitting from the Oracle X86 based java implementation, and HP develops its’ own Java implementation for our mission-critical HP Integrity servers including HP-UX, OpenVMS, and HP NonStop. By working with several partners, our Java implementations are some of the best platforms available for deploying mission-critical Java applications.
HP continues to put customers first in our development roadmaps. Our aim is to maintain a strong Java implementation on these platforms ensuring a 1) high-quality customer experience, 2) competitive support timeframes, 3) aggressive time-to-market deliveries of security fixes and new versions and 4) one of the highest performing Java platforms in the industry on our HP-UX operating system.
We are pleased that Java is moving forward and addressing the needs of the Java programming community. HP is committed to our strong long-term relationship with the Java licensing organization and looks forward to continuing strong support of our joint customers, partners and the general Java community.