VectorCAST Integrates with Concurrent's MaxAda Ada Tool

11/8/2004 - Vector Software announced that it has released VectorCAST for Concurrent Computer Corporations’ MaxAda product. VectorCAST provides an automated module level test capability for users of the MAXAda Ada development environment, enabling software engineers to test individual software components prior to system level test. VectorCAST for MAXAda automates building of complete test harnesses for each software component, constructing of test cases, execution and viewing pass/fail results and code coverage information for each test executed. Further capabilities allow for complete regression testing as components are modified.

About Concurrent
Since 1966, Concurrent Computer Corporation (, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, has been a premier provider of high-performance, real-time computer systems, solutions, and software for commercial and government markets. The company’s Integrated Solutions Division focuses on strategic market areas that include hardware-in-the-loop and man-in-the-loop simulation, data acquisition, industrial and military systems, and software. Within the digital cable market, Concurrent is a recognized video-on-demand leader, currently serving nine of the largest network operators in 87 markets, surpassing 16.6 million basic subscribers and 5.5 million digital subscribers. Concurrents’ proven technology provides a flexible, comprehensive, robust solution for HFC, DSL, and IP-based networks. Concurrent provides sales and support from offices throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

About Vector Software
Vector Software develops, markets and supports the VectorCAST line of automated component level test tools. The VectorCAST products scan your C, C++ and Ada source code and automatically generate the test harnesses necessary to test software components in isolation. Utilities are included to construct and execute test cases, generate reports comparing expected and actual results, perform automated regression testing, code coverage, complexity measures and basis path analysis.

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