10/20/2005 - I-Logix, the leading worldwide Unified Modeling Language (UMLTM) based Model-driven-development (MDD) solution provider announced that the company inked a deal with a major Telecommunications Equipment company worth $750,000. The Telecommunications company purchased I-Logix's award winning Rhapsody product family and "rapid deployment" services to capitalize on a world-class MDD solution, ensuring fast ramp-up times.
"The $750,000 win from this major Telecommunications company is a fantastic endorsement of the power of our products and services as the telecom market's high transaction handling capability and its associated uptime requirements are one of the most complex and challenging application environments in the embedded systems market," Gene Robinson, CEO I-Logix, said.
A key capability inherent in Rhapsody, and of vital importance to the new user, was the ability to migrate existing models from a competitor's UML environment into Rhapsody's new generation UML environment. What was most appealing to the user was Rhapsody's unique ability to provide a bi-directional workflow between model and code via I-Logix's patent pending "Dynamic Model-code Associativity" technology. In addition, the users found Rhapsody to be the most appealing MDD solution focused on the embedded systems market due to its advanced modeling and analysis capabilities, ability to debug on the host as well as the target, real-time framework, production quality code generation and overall superior ease of use. This, plus the availability of "rapid deployment" services that offered excellent on the ground support gave the customer what they were looking for-a total solution versus purchasing just a "product".
Founded in 1987, I-Logix is the worldwide leading provider of Collaborative Model-Driven Development (MDD) solutions for systems design through software development focused on real-time embedded applications. Headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts I-Logix has sales and support centers throughout North America, Europe and the Far East.
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