Embedded Systems September 2000 Vol13_10

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Precise Software Technologies Inc. is a leader in solutions for embedded application development, specializing in real-time embedded software devel- opment tools and real-time operating systems. And that's exactly why it's the supplier of choice for Cadence Design Systems. When a large American company, the world's leading supplier of intelligent enterprise storage and retrieval technology, needed a way to further improve performance monitoring and fault diag- nostics for its Integrated Cached Disk Array (ICDA), it turned to Cadence to build a monitoring system. The deadline was tight, and Cadence knew that to deliver on time and on budget, ~:mly the Precise embedded products would do. "We at Cadence knew that Precise was the embed- ded software of choice," says Steve Mills. "And as a result of that decision, we were able to make the deadline. Our customer was able to improve its product and meet its customers' requirements for a lower-cost, higher-performance ICDA. Precise played a key role in our customer's success." Cadence is the world's largest supplier of software products, consulting services and design services used to accelerate and manage the design of semi- conductors, computer systems, networking and telecommunications equipment, consumer elec- tronics and a variety of other electronics-based products. Precise products are used by system inte- grators and product developers at companies like Cadence to support the development of real-time software that is embedded in a range of applications, including Internet appliances, networking, telecom- munications, avionics, consumer products, medical instrumentation, robotics and process control. According to Mills, "The Precise embedded soft- ware and application tools simplify the develop- ment process and help us speed up our customers' time to market. Precise helps us deliver what our customers need ... which is precisely what we want." ~RECISE~ ware Technologies Inc.

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