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Aonix Joins Eclipse to Provide Customers a Common Platform

Aonix Joins Eclipse to Provide Customers a Common Platform

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    Aonix, an independent global company delivering complete solutions for safety- and mission-critical applications, has joined Eclipse. In addition to porting its Ada95, PERC and Ameos tool suites to the Eclipse platform, Aonix plans to deliver an Eclipse-based IDE.

    "The direction of the Eclipse Platform complements our strategy of delivering common platforms that enable embedded developers to mix tools and secure former and future development through interoperable technologies," noted Jacques Brygier, vice president of marketing at Aonix.

    "Aonix's support for Eclipse affirms the benefits of a universal platform in delivering mission- and safety-critical tools," noted Mike Milinkovich, Eclipse executive director. "We welcome Aonix into Eclipse and look forward to collaboration and future contributions."

    Aonix already offers different levels of Eclipse integration with its PERC and Ameos products. In the near future, Aonix will integrate its Ada 95-based development environment and the first version of the SmartKernel product family. The Eclipse-based IDE common to all Aonix products is under development and a beta copy will be released in the second half of the year.

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