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Non-blocking IO library in Java

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I am looking for a good commercial or freeware asynchronous IO library in Java. I know that Sun's JDK release 1.4 contains APIs for async IO, but it a beta version and it cannot be used for our development environment. I would appreciate any leads in this regard. Thanks.
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