UK software developer has eyes on embedded market

Flaherty, Nick
March 2007
Electronics Weekly;3/28/2007, Issue 2281, p4
Trade Publication
The article states that Manchester, England-based software developer Transitive Corp. is aiming to take its software conversion technology into the embedded market. According to the author, this would allow networking equipment and mobile phone makers to move existing embedded software between hardware without having to re-write, re-compile and re-test. Ian Robinson, vice president of marketing, said that the most interesting applications are in the embedded market.


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