nCore's nScript Internationalizes Nucleus GRAFIX User Interface Library

1/25/2006 - nCore Ltd. announced that it has integrated its internationalization technology, nScript, with the Accelerated Technology(r) Nucleus(r) GRAFIX user interface library.

With nCore's technology, the Nucleus GRAFIX user interface libraries can be localized for languages used throughout South East Asia, the Middle East and India. The integration enables Accelerated Technology's customers to easily port their existing or new products to these market areas.

The nScript is based on Unicode standard and is optimized to be integrated with devices having limited memory space and processor speed. nScript provides text rendering and input solutions for various scripts like: Arabic, Armenian, Bengali, Chinese, Devanagari (Hindi), Farsi, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Malay, Malayalam, Pashto, Russian, Takalog, Thai and Vietnamese.

"Economic growth in Asia has created the world's biggest mobile phone market in China and we are seeing substantial growth in wireless subscriber bases in India. Our belief is that the growth in embedded electronics in this market area will continue to be strong," says Mr. Tapio Koivuniemi, CEO of nCore Ltd. "The combination of nScript and the Nucleus GRAFIX portable graphics package makes designing devices for global markets more simple."

"Our Nucleus RTOS customers build devices for use throughout the world. So our partnership with nScript will enable those Nucleus users to easily position their own products for use worldwide, opening new markets that they may not have been able to compete in previously," said Glen Johnson, product marketing manager at Accelerated Technology, a Mentor Graphics division.

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