News 2008.08.27 Late Edition

RadiSys Debuts Procelerant COM Express Modules with Intel Core 2 Duo
RadiSys® Corporation (NASDAQ:RSYS), a leading global provider of advanced embedded solutions, announced the availability of four new Procelerant[tm] COM Express modules all powered by Intel Core 2 Duo Processor technology and the Mobile Intel® GS45/GM45 Express chipsets. The new compact 95mm x 125mm computer-on-modules (COMs) are ideal for developers designing portable devices for such applications as medical and machine imaging that mandate processing performance, large file transfers, high-throughput communications, yet low power.

Sierra Circuits Acquires Printed Circuit Board Business from EMRISE
EMRISE CORPORATION (NYSE Arca:ERI), a multi-national manufacturer of defense and aerospace electronic devices and communications equipment, announced that it has sold the assets of its printed circuit board (PCB) business, EMRISE Circuit Division (ECD), in Monrovia, CA., to Sierra Circuits, Inc. (Sierra), a leading provider of quick-turn printed circuit boards located in Sunnyvale, CA.

MontaVista Linux Meets CGL 4 for Linux on Cavium OCTEON Processors
MontaVista® Software, Inc., the leader in embedded Linux® commercialization, announced that its Carrier Grade Edition (CGE) 5.0 is the first Linux distribution to register compliance with the Linux Foundation’s Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) 4.0 specification for the Cavium Networks (NASDAQ: CAVM) OCTEON[tm] Multicore MIPS64® family of processors.

Chipright, CreVinn, Verilab Adopt VMM Verification Methodology
Synopsys, Inc. (NASDAQ: SNPS) announced that Chipright, CreVinn and Verilab have standardized on the proven VMM verification methodology to streamline verification and speed time-to-market for their customers. The VMM methodology, originally defined in the Verification Methodology Manual for SystemVerilog, allows consulting firms to quickly deploy modular, scalable and reusable verification environments while enabling them to access the growing installed base of VMM users and availability of VMM-enabled verification components.