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Cleanscape Software announces "C" and Linux upgrades to development envvironment for MIL-STD-1750A embedded systems

San Jose Calif -- August 21 2000 -- Cleanscape Software International announced today an upgrade to Cleanscape XTC-1750A, a C programming language cross-development environment for embedded systems using the MIL-STD-1750A processor. New features include ANSI prototype support, Linux operability, and the bundling of lintPlus(r), Cleanscape's static source code analyzer.

Cleanscape XTC-1750A is targeted at embedded systems designers of aerospace and military applications specifying MIL-STD-1750A radiation-hardened processors who want to transition from legacy languages to the C language.

"Legacy languages like Ada and Jovial force 1750A developers to draw from a diminishing pool of resources, talent, and tools," said Cleanscape president and CEO Ted Batha. "By allowing MIL-STD-1750A developers to transition from legacy languages, Cleanscape XTC-1750A helps them tap a large pool of programming resources. This helps boost product quality and team efficiency, while reducing development costs."

"Our main reason for choosing Cleanscape XTC-1750A was that we felt we could find software designers who were experts in the C language more quickly than we would find designers who were proficient in ADA," said Darrel Decker, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation principal software engineer. "The toolset was essential to our successful completion of a custom data command and telemetry control processor we built for NASA spacecraft. It enabled us to complete our design and meet our delivery schedule."

The Cleanscape XTC-1750A toolset includes a C compiler, an assembler, a linker, a librarian, and other utilities that help engineers to automatically convert code to various binary formats and upload code to different target systems. As part of a special promotion to announce the upgrade, the company is also bundling its leading static source code analyzer, Cleanscape lintPlus, with Cleanscape XTC-1750A. Complete product and promotional information is available at http://www.cleanscape.net/stdprod/xtc1750a.

Availability and Price

The XTC-1750A toolset is currently shipping and is available for a limited time at a 50% price reduction of $19,950. The limited offer also includes a free copy of Cleanscape's LintPlus a static source code analyzer that retails for $4,950.

About the MIL-STD-1750A Processor

The MIL-STD-1750A processor is a radiation-hardened processor approved for use in harsh environments for primarily military and aerospace applications. Several companies manufacture 1750A processors including Performance Semiconductor and CPU Tech.

About Cleanscape

Cleanscape Software International is a leading innovator of automated software development and testing solutions that simplify build environments, enabling customers to shorten development cycles, optimize resources, increase product quality with the aim of increasing our customers return on investment.

Cleanscape is a privately held company founded in 1999. In addition to sales and service revenues from its established product line, Cleanscape is partially funded by private investors.

Cleanscape is headquartered in San Jose, California, and maintains development, support and sales offices in Pasadena, California. For more information please call 800.944.5468, 408.978.7000, or visit our website at www.cleanscape.net.

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