Texas Instruments officials are obtaining Ada 95 programming language support for their line of SMJ320C6000 digital signal processors (DSPs) from Irvine Compiler Corp of Irvine, Calif. Ada, until recently, was the officials programming language of the U.S. Department of Defense. The language, which is still common among U.S. weapons and information systems, is notable for its disciplined software-engineering approach that eases software maintenance and upgrades. Irvine software developers are making Ada 95 available for the TI SMJ320C6201 fixed-point DSP, and for the TI SMJ320C6701 floating-point DSP. Users can host the software on Sun workstations and on PCs running the Windows NT operating system. For more information, contact Irvine`s Joe Kohli by phone at 949-250-1366, by e-mail at [email protected], or on the World Wide Web at http://www.irvine.com/. — J.K.