Sentilla, a leading provider of pervasive computing solutions, announced that they are demonstrating the newest approach in pervasive computing development and design at the 2008 Silicon Valley Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in San Jose, California through April 18, 2008. Sentilla’s powerful standard Java-based software platform is a breakthrough that significantly simplifies and reduces time to market for developers and solution providers who are creating applications for small wireless embedded systems. Enabled by Sentilla’s software, these powerful solutions are being used to make the world smarter, safer, greener and more connected.
“Pervasive computing is changing the world. These tiny computers are making the world the computer,” said Bob Davis, CEO of Sentilla. “We’re excited to be introducing the future of computing on ultra low power consumption chips from Texas Instruments, and are pleased to be showcasing the technology to the embedded systems ecosystem at ESC.”
Sentilla’s Java-based software is a very small form-factor development platform that powers very tiny computers that are the size of a dime. These tiny wireless computers are specifically engineered for applications with very low power requirements, networked operations and remote deployments. Whether saving money, saving lives or saving the planet, Sentilla is the brain that determines when real-time actuation is required. Potential applications are limited only by the imagination of the development community.
As a TI partner, Sentilla has already established its experience in bringing Java-based pervasive computing devices to market and offers a compelling solution to developers and solution providers. The ESC demonstration validates Sentilla’s strength and flexibility to support the next generation of innovative silicon. Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and operators are increasingly seeking solutions that significantly reduce overall time-to-market and costs. The Sentilla software platform breaks the barrier in shortening the application development cycle as the standards-based Java software platform already provides core functionality. Using a standard Eclipse development environment, ecosystem partners, developers, and customers can very easily innovate features on top of the framework provided by the Sentilla solution.
Sentilla Software for the Texas Instrument’s MSP430-based family of ultra low power microprocessors is currently available for developers and others interested in developing pervasive computing solutions. We are shipping now. Come see Sentilla in action at the TI booth #1708 to learn more.
Founded in 2003, Sentilla Corporation provides a full life cycle software platform for developing, deploying, integrating and managing pervasive computing applications – with the ease of Java technology. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Sentilla’s software accelerates time to market and reduces the cost of pervasive computing applications across a broad set of industries such as logistics, transportation, security and safety, manufacturing, health care, agriculture, and green technology. Sentilla’s mission is to enable the billions of very small computers deployed throughout the physical world to work together to solve really big business problems. Sentilla Corporation is backed by ONSET Ventures and Claremont Creek Ventures.