8/11/2004 - Jungo® Software Technologies, announced the release of Go-HotSwap Version 6.22, a software infrastructure that adds the necessary software modules required to enable CompactPCI hot swapping, and provides the tools and development environment to develop hot swap aware drivers on the latest Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 and Solaris 8,9 operating systems. Go-HotSwap complies with PICMG 2.1 R2.0 requirements for CompactPCI General Use Full Hot Swap Software.
Go-HotSwap is a complete off-the-shelf software offering an ideal solution for hardware vendors, as well as for system integrators and operating system vendors, aiming to provide hot swap capabilities to the end user. Using the Go-HotSwap architecture reduces time-to-market, enabling developers to focus on core technologies instead of going through all the effort involved in developing in-house hot swap software.
"We are happy to release this new and robust version of Go-HotSwap, enabling hardware vendors to approach new markets and offer 'HotSwap' capabilities to their customers" Said Omry Ben David, marketing manager for the software tools division at Jungo. "Thanks to its latest operating system compliance capabilities, the new Go-HotSwap version opens up new markets for the operating system vendors as well. These vendors can now offer hot swap support on their operating systems, enabling them to enter the telecommunication infrastructure and high speed data communication systems markets."
Go-HotSwap supports Solaris 8,9 and Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003, utilizing the native Plug-and-Play capabilities of these operating systems. Go-HotSwap software infrastructure consists of a low-level operating system extension, the Hot Swap Engine, which is responsible for the following activities:
Please refer to the Go-HotSwap v6.22 User's Guide for detailed information: www.jungo.com/support/manuals.html#hot_manual.
TThe Go-HotSwap license includes Jungo's WinDriverTM driver development tool, as an integrated component. The driver development toolkit dramatically simplifies the very difficult task of developing a device driver from scratch. It provides a complete solution for creating high performance drivers, which handle interrupts and I/O at optimal rates. More information about WinDriver is available under: www.jungo.com/windriver.html.
Availability Free full featured, 30 day evaluation versions of Jungo's Go-HotSwap for Solaris and Go-HotSwap for Windows are available for download from the Jungo web site at: www.jungo.com/dnload.html. For Go-HotSwap for Linux, VxWorks and for additional features, please contact Jungo's sales team at: email@example.com. 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.
Jungo, WinDriver, KernelDriver and GO-HotSwap are trademarks of Jungo Ltd.
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