A Java-enabled processor? I think you need a primer in the concepts of microprocessors and Java.
A microprocessor executes machine-level code. Not C. Not Java. C is compiled into machine code, and a JVM interprets Java byte code into machine code (this is done after the Java compiler compiles Java into byte code, which is *not* machine code in any sense).
Java is basically an interpretive language; the original Sun slogan, "Write once, run anywhere!" says it all. Java source is compiled into byte code, which a JVM then interprets into machine code. Because the Java compiler compiles Java into machine-independent byte code, a JVM (software) is needed for each microprocessor on which the program will run.
The bottom line: there is no such thing as a "Java-enabled microprocessor". As long as the microprocessor has a corresponding JVM (usually part of a JRE), Java will run. There are lots of JVMs out there: Intel (the Windows JRE & JDK), Sun, HP, Amiga, and who knows what others. Search online for a JRE (or even a JDK) for the microprocessor
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