6/2/2004 - Jungo® Software Technologies' WinDriverTM PCI / USB driver development tool now enables PowerPC based driver development for the Linux operating system. The PowerPC support is an enhancement of WinDriver for Linux, which already supports Intel's x86 line of microprocessors.
WinDriver enables development of high performance drivers for USB and PCI peripheral devices that run Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Windows CE .NET, Linux, Solaris and VxWorks, providing cross platform capabilities that enable porting of code across all supported operating systems. WinDriver provides graphical development environments, Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), hardware diagnostic utilities and samples to accelerate driver development.
"Our commitment at Jungo is to continuously expand our support for different platforms, so that our customers will get the best fitted solution for their needs" said Ophir Herbst, general manager of Jungo's Software Tools Division. "Supporting PowerPC under Linux complements the WinDriver product line, serving a broader range of customers who wishes to overcome the development-intensive bottleneck of driver development."
For detailed product information please refer to linux.html.
Free full featured, 30 day evaluation versions of Jungo's driver development tools are available for download from the Jungo web site at: http://www.jungo.com/dnload.html. Jungo's products may be purchased from Jungo directly, or via one of Jungo's worldwide resellers.
About Jungo Software Technologies
Jungo Software Technologies is a leading supplier of driver development tools, hardware access applications, residential gateway software and embedded USB solutions. Jungo has partnered with leading operation system and silicon vendors to provide the best solutions to software and hardware developers. Jungo is a privately held company with corporate offices in San Jose, California, sales and support offices in Taipei, Texas and London and an R&D center in Israel. Founded in 1998, Jungo's investors include Infineon Ventures, Intel Communications Fund, Partech International and TeleSoft Partners. Find out more at www.jungo.com.
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