4/23/2003 - QuickLogic Corporation (Nasdaq: QUIK), the pioneer of ESP (Embedded Standard Product) technology and Jungo Software Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of driver development tools, announced that QuickLogic's QL5064 Reference Development Kit (RDK) includes Jungo's WinDriver driver development tool. This combination provides QuickLogic customers with a quick and easy-to-use solution for their driver and hardware access application development needs.
QuickLogic's QuickPCI family combines the guaranteed performance of an embedded PCI controller with a flexible FPGA fabric on a single piece of silicon. "By coupling QuickPCI products with Jungo's driver development tools, customers gain the resources they need to get their devices through the development cycle faster," said Art Whipple, Vice President and General Manager of QuickLogic's Logic Products. QuickLogic is the only IC vendor to offer PCI bridge products with on-chip FPGAs.
The WinDriver driver development tool includes graphical development environments, intuitive Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), hardware diagnostic services and debug utilities that enable high-performance driver development. Additionally, the tool includes libraries of code customized for QuickPCI devices to further accelerate driver development.
"Teaming with QuickLogic reinforces Jungo's position as a leader in the driver development and hardware access development market," said Ophir Herbst, software tools general manager at Jungo. "This combination provides designers a one-stop hardware/software solution for developing PCI devices and drivers."
Availability and Pricing
QuickLogic's QL5064 RDK (which includes Jungo WinDriver for QuickLogic 32/64-bit PCI controllers) is currently available at US $2,495. Full-featured, 30-day evaluation versions of all Jungo's driver development tools can be downloaded at http://www.jungo.com/dnload.html.
Jungo Software Technologies, Inc. is a leading supplier of residential gateway software solutions, driver development tools and hardware access applications. Jungo offers integrated reference designs with several of the most influential global silicon vendors, enabling its customers to simplify device development cycles, improve performance and accelerate time to market. Jungo is a privately held company with corporate offices in San Jose, California, sales and support offices in Taiwan and an R&D center in Israel. Founded in 1998, Jungo's investors include TeleSoft Partners, Infineon Ventures and Intel Communications Fund.
QuickLogic Corporation (Nasdaq: QUIK) introduced the Embedded Standard Product (ESP) architecture in 1998, creating a new class of semiconductor devices that combines the guaranteed performance and lower cost of standard products with the flexibility and time-to-market benefits of programmable logic. Since then, QuickLogic has developed more than 100 ESP solutions for OEMs in such markets as telecommunications and data communications; video/audio, graphics and imaging; instrumentation and test; high-performance computing; and military systems. For more information on the company and its products, please go to www.quicklogic.com.
The QuickLogic name and logo are registered trademarks and QuickPCI is a trademark of QuickLogic Corporation.
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