Green Hills Software joins Texas Instruments third-party developer network

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., 21 Feb. 2006. Green Hills Software Inc. joined the Texas Instruments Inc. TMS320 Third Party Network as a software and embedded services provider.

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., 21 Feb. 2006. Green Hills Software Inc. joined the Texas Instruments Inc. TMS320 Third Party Network as a software and embedded services provider.

The Green Hills MULTI integrated development environment (IDE), cross compilers, target hardware probes, royalty-free real-time operating systems (INTEGRITY and velOSity) and target middleware now support the DaVinci technology from TI, including support for advanced Linux kernel and application debugging. Developed in partnership with TI, the Green Hills solution for DaVinci provides development tools, operating systems, and middleware running on the general purpose processor (GPP) ARM core and TI digital signal processor (DSP) core, the C64x+ core.

"TI's DaVinci processor is the most advanced heterogeneous multicore solution to date," said Dan Mender, director of business development at Green Hills Software. "Green Hills Software is pleased to be part of the TI third party program, providing value-added solutions to our mutual customers. By supporting TI's advanced processor technology, we enable customers to shorten their product development cycles while ensuring maximum reliability and functionality."

For more information contact Green Hills online at www.ghs.com. Also contact TI online at www.ti.com.

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