|Variant management company becomes Mathworks product partner [message #9698]
||Tue, 27 June 2006 13:10
| Mark Dalgarno
Registered: July 2009
pure-systems GmbH, the leader in variant management solutions, today |
announced its acceptance as a member of The MathWorks Connections Program.
This partnership is based on the companys pure::variants Connector for
Simulink®, which integrates pure::variants with Simulink®.
pure::variants Connector for Simulink® enables models to be exchanged
between Simulink® and pure::variants, and automates the generation of
Simulink model variants.
Aspects of the Simulink® models are configured differently depending upon
the selected features for the model variant. These can include model
parameters and elements, blocks and signal connections to blocks. A final
model transformation produces Simulink models matching the desired
Mark Dalgarno, of Software Acumen, which distributes pure::variants in the
UK and Ireland, noted MathWorks are the established leader in the
embedded software market so it makes sense for pure-systems to work
closely with them. I expect that this partnership will raise the profile
of software variant management in the embedded community and act as a
catalyst for a new wave of model-based, embedded software product lines.
The MathWorks Connections Program is available to third-party
organizations that develop and distribute complementary, commercially
available products and services based on MATLAB® and Simulink®.
Connections Program partners help MATLAB users by providing industry or
application-specific technology to fill their need for a complete
solution. Partner products offer solutions that are seamlessly integrated
with MathWorks products and ensure ongoing compatibility in conjunction
with new MATLAB releases.
Software Acumen is the UKs only specialist provider of tools and services
to organizations developing Software Product Lines like assembly lines
but for software. The company distributes pure::variants in the UK and
Ireland on behalf of pure::systems GmbH.
Matlab and Simulink are registered trademarks of The Mathworks Inc.
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