News 2008.11.10 Late Edition

TeamF1 AuthAgent Integrates with Green Hills Software INTEGRITY RTOS
Green Hills Software, Inc., the technology leader in device software optimization (DSO) and real-time operating systems (RTOS), and TeamF1, Inc., the preeminent supplier of OEM-ready secure connectivity solutions for embedded systems, announced that TeamF1′s AuthAgent family of authentication protocol products is fully integrated and now available for use with Green Hills Software’s INTEGRITY® real-time operating system.

Microtune Introduces MT1119 Amplifier Chip for Car Radio Antennas
Microtune®, Inc. (NASDAQ: TUNE) announced that its new antenna amplifier, the MT1119, is now automotive-qualified and released to production. The amplifier chip, targeted for new-car model in-glass, roof and bumper antennas, enables superior multi-standard (AM, FM, HD-Radio[tm], DRM) car radio reception. Together with its miniature form factor and high-level of integration, the MT1119 results in a compact, low-cost RF solution requiring a minimum number of external components.

eASIC, Video-Cores Offer Video IP Cores for Nextreme ASICs
eASIC Corporation and Video-Cores announced the immediately availability of proven video IP cores for eASIC’s low-cost Nextreme ASICs. The combination of eASIC’s technology and Video-Cores’ Core Values® video IP provides video system designers with a quick path to implementing custom functions such as video scalers, color-space converters and ITU 656 interfaces.

Calypto Enhances SLEC for Wireless, Video, Image Processing SoC
Calypto[tm] Design Systems Inc. announced the latest version of SLEC[tm] supports fixed-point datatypes and system-level memory interfaces commonly used in wireless, video and image processing system-on-chip (SoC) designs. “SLEC is an essential verification solution for design teams developing leading electronic products,” says Tom Sandoval, Calypto’s chief executive officer. “Calypto has added new capabilities to comprehensively verify the latest high-level synthesis features.”

Movial Releases Browser D-Bus Bridge Code to Mobile Linux Community
Movial announced it has released its innovative Browser D-Bus Bridge open source code into the Mobile Linux community. Movial Browser D-Bus Bridge removes the complexity of Linux User Interface (UI) development and empowers Web developers and designers, operators and device manufacturers for the first time ever, to easily create extremely capable UIs for open handsets. This technology helps transform Web widgets into seamless user driven mobile applications providing new, value-added and differentiated services and superior user experiences.