I-Logix Rhapsody Drives Design of Digital Office, Consumer Equipment

2/10/2006 - I-Logix announced that the company received a $545,500 order from a premier Japanese office automation and consumer equipment manufacturer who plans to use Rhapsody, the market leading Model-Driven Development (MDD) environment, to develop next-generation laser and bubble jet printers, digital cameras and camcorders.

Rhapsody's superior capabilities won a very competitive design tool review to replace the incumbent "modeling tool" supplier. Reasons for choosing Rhapsody include better usability and its unique Systems Modeling Language (SysML) and Unified Modeling Language (UML 2.0) strengths. Rules-based code generation, ease of retargeting and support for Linux and Java were also key reasons cited by the customer for the leading MDD environment purchase. Lastly, the office and consumer products manufacturer selected Rhapsody because they were impressed with tool's future development roadmap, superior customer support and proven flexibility to meet their needs.

"This latest win more than reinforces Rhapsody's superior competitive edge. It also clearly demonstrates Rhapsody's range, where on one hand it is the design environment of choice for the world's premier military/aerospace companies and here it is also the tool of choice for one of the world's most sophisticated office and consumer electronics manufacturers. With an amazing 2005 behind us, Rhapsody continues to be the fastest-growing development environment in the industry, with no signs of slowing down-it continues to be a great time to be us!" Gene Robinson, CEO I-Logix, said.

About I-Logix
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. These solutions allow engineers, in either small or very large distributed teams, to graphically model the requirements, behavior, and functionality of embedded systems. The design is iteratively analyzed, validated, and tested throughout the development process while automatically generated production quality code can be output in C, C++, Ada or Java languages. I-Logix solutions based on UML, SysML and DoDAF standards allow users to shorten development cycles, improve quality, reduce cost and increase productivity. Using I-Logix products, customers report productivity improvements of more than 30% upon initial deployments and up to 70% with reuse.

I-Logix is headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts and has sales and support centers throughout North America, Europe and the Far East.

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