9/14/2004 - Aonix®, an independent global company delivering complete solutions for safety- and mission-critical applications, released TeleUSE® version 3.2.4, the latest version of its object-oriented User Interface Management System environment. TeleUSE for Linux enables seamless Motif GUI application development on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 3.0 and FedoraTM Core 2.0, giving developers access to the latest Linux-based open-source technologies. Using TeleUSE, developers can build large-scale enterprise GUI applications using the latest OpenMotif distributions.
TeleUSE, one of the premier Motif development environments available on Linux, supports WYSIWYG graphical editing, widget design editing, as well as font, color, and pixmap picture editing. TeleUSE provides a full production-quality environment that supports interactive development, design, debug and maintenance of applications containing a Motif Graphical User interface.
“There’s been a substantial increase in the need for seamless support of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0 with customers using TeleUSE on Linux to maintain and enhance Motif-based applications,” noted Greg Gicca, Director of Product Marketing. “With this latest version of TeleUSE for Linux, customers gain the capability to combine the stability and power of Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux with the well-proven scaleability and robustness of TeleUSE.”
Recognizing the need for more than source code output generation for a GUI, TeleUSE offers comprehensive facilities for building a full and final application executable using a platform-independent approach. TeleUSE also provides full support for integration of third-party Motif widgets, such as the industry-leading XRT® Professional Developer's Suite (XRT PDS), which is used by thousands of professional developers around the world to build informative, attractive and functional user-interfaces. Aonix is a reseller of the XRT Widgets for Motif.
With this release, TeleUSE continues its leadership role as a premier tool for development and maintenance of large-scale applications that use Motif for their user interface. Recognizing the diverse needs of customers in the mission- and safety-critical space, Aonix stands committed to implementing the latest technology into its enterprise-level software development tools on open-source platforms and enabling access to the latest technology.
Shipping and Availability
TeleUSE 3.2.4 for Linux is currently available starting at $5000 per license. TeleUSE is also available for Compaq Tru64 Unix, HP/UX, IBM/AIX, SGI/Irix, Sun/Solaris, Linux and Windows 98/NT/2000/XP. Additional information about TeleUSE and the XRT Widgets is available at www.aonix.com/teleuse.html.
Aonix is a global independent provider of Software Engineering Development Environments with more than 20 years of experience. Our products cover Analysis and Design (AmeosTM, Software through Pictures®), GUI Design (TeleUSE®) and implementation in Ada (ObjectAda®, AdaWorld®), JavaTM platform support for Embedded Systems (PERC®, JRTKTM, JRAVENTM), high-performance and certifiable Real-Time kernels (RAVENTM, SmartKernelTM) and Software-Testing. As a pioneer in current market trends such as Model Driven Architecture® (MDA), Real-Time JavaTM and in the development of safety-critical applications Aonix addresses the needs of mission- and safety-critical applications for various industries including Avionics, Space, Defense, Transportation, Telecoms, Automotive, and Industry in general. Professional training, consulting and local technical support guarantees our customers the successful development and deployment of their applications. Headquartered in San Diego, CA and Paris, France, Aonix operates sales offices throughout North America and Europe in addition to a network of international distributors. For more information, visit www.aonix.com.
Aonix, Ameos, Software through Pictures, Architecture Component Development, TeleUSE, ObjectAda, AdaWorld, RAVEN, JRAVEN, JRTK, SmartKernel and PERC are registered trademarks and trademarks of Aonix. JavaTM and all Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Red Hat and Fedora are registered trademarks and trademarks of Red Hat, Inc. XRT is a registered trademark of Quest Software, Inc.
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