News – 2006.11.30 – Early Edition

  • QNX Extends License for Bitstream’s Font Fusion Technology
    Bitstream, Inc., (NASDAQ: BITS) announced that QNX Software Systems has extended its licensing agreement with the company. Under this new agreement, QNX has extended its license for Bitstream’s Font Fusion technology. Font Fusion offers exceptional text rendering for mission-critical embedded systems based on the QNX(R) Neutrino(R) realtime operating system (RTOS). This agreement is the twelfth agreement between the two companies.
  • Mentor Graphics Unveils Calibre nmOPC Optical Proximity Correction Tool
    Mentor Graphics Corporation (Nasdaq: MENT) announced availability of Calibre(R) nmOPC, a third-generation optical proximity correction (OPC) tool that expands the Calibre arsenal of resolution enhancement technology (RET) products for sub-65 nanometer (nm) process technologies. The Calibre nmOPC tool and the companion OPC verification tool, Calibre OPCverify(TM) (announced earlier this year), usher in a new era of computational lithography by delivering superior simulation accuracy with the highest performance and lowest cost of ownership in the industry.
  • Mercury Computer, Mentor to Create First Cell BE Processor Platform
    Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY) announced it has signed a strategic agreement with Mentor Graphics to jointly develop and deliver a fully integrated electronic design automation (EDA) platform. The platform is based on the Cell Broadband Engine(TM) (BE) processor developed originally by IBM, Sony, and Toshiba for the Sony Playstation(R) 3 video game console and other consumer electronics devices.
  • ADLINK Rolls Out GEME-5000 Compact Multi-Application Computer
    ADLINK Technology announces the most advanced computer in our line of PC-based controllers. The GEME-5000 offers multiple CPU options, USB 2.0 connectors and DDR RAM in addition to standard features found in earlier models. The GEME-5000 is equipped with an Intel(R) Low Voltage Pentium(R) M processor (up to 1.4GHz) and can be controlled from remote locations and run continuously in critical applications including machine tools and digital video capture.
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