Friday, December 03, 2004

Telelogic Delivers Eclipse 3.0 Integration for Telelogic SYNERGY/CM

Telelogic Delivers Eclipse 3.0 Integration for Telelogic SYNERGY/CM
Telelogic (Stockholm Exchange:TLOG), the leading global provider of solutions for advanced systems and software development, today announced that it has enhanced support of Telelogic SYNERGY(TM)/CM for Eclipse 3.0. Eclipse is a universal tool integration platform designed for multi-language, multi-platform and multi-vendor use. Through plug-in extensions developed by Telelogic and other tool vendors, it supports and facilitates a wide variety of application development needs.

Industry analyst firms like Yphise and OVUM regard Telelogic SYNERGY as the most advanced on the market for change management (SYNERGY/Change) and configuration management (SYNERGY/CM). With this latest integration and its many valuable enhancements, SYNERGY/CM becomes even more intuitive for developers working with the Eclipse platform.

"As a member of the Eclipse Foundation, Telelogic has long demonstrated its commitment to open development platforms and integration of our best in class solutions," said Ingemar Ljungdahl, chief technology officer at Telelogic. "The enhanced functionality of SYNERGY/CM integrated with Eclipse underlines our responsiveness to the expectations of both the open source community and of our customers who require advanced configuration management functionality, especially for large, globally distributed development teams."

"A key component in the success and widespread adoption of Eclipse is participation from leading tool vendors," said Mike Milinkovich, executive director of Eclipse Foundation. "From the beginning, Telelogic has been closely involved and the company's commitment to the open source community is reflected in the integration of SYNERGY and other Telelogic tools with Eclipse."

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