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Jaluna Re-brands Corporate Identity and Extends Product Strategy

VirtualLogix, Inc., the Real-Time Virtualization company, formerly known as Jaluna, Inc., today announced the completion of a revised corporate identity and extensive change to its product strategy. These changes will continue to drive the company’s leadership position in the real-time virtualization market and deliver its new vertical market product solutions.

To better align and communicate the company’s products and business value within key market segments, VirtualLogix also announced today the expansion of its technology into vertical market solutions:

“Due to the ability to reduce cost and speed time-to-market, there is a rapidly growing trend towards virtualization. However, because of the need for real-time and high throughput processing, this momentum is only beginning to translate to the embedded market,” said John Humphreys of IDC. “VirtualLogix is helping to speed the growth of virtualization within the real-time segment. The company's product announcements today coupled with their re-branding efforts illustrates its commitment to the market and its customers.”

“Our customers are looking for market-specific, scalable solutions that help accelerate their transition to next generation hardware and software platforms,” said Peter Richards, chief executive officer at VirtualLogix. “VirtualLogix responded by developing vertical market product solutions that are aligned with our customers’ on-going business needs. With proven leadership in real-time virtualization, the new corporate position clearly defines our commitment to delivering world-class virtualization software that enables customers to continuously derive benefits from the use of our products.”

Additional VirtualLogix announcements released today include:

VLX for Digital Multimedia

VirtualLogix VLX for Digital Multimedia, Texas Instruments (TI) Digital Signal Processors (DSP) Edition is a high-performance, real-time virtualization software platform for embedded devices based on TI’s DSP. It is designed for products that require both the real-time signal processing capabilities of TI/DSP BIOS and features of standard Linux without the need for an additional application processor. This is ideal for devices such as IP set-top boxes, video phones, video surveillance and other low-cost video devices and telecom equipment.

VLX for Network Infrastructure

VirtualLogix also today introduced VLX for Network Infrastructure, which allows network infrastructure companies to easily and rapidly migrate from Intel’s single-core to multi-core processors. It enables multiple operating systems to run unmodified on the Intel Core Architecture and lowers bill of material through hardware consolidation.

For more information about VLX for Network Infrastructure and VirtualLogix’s growing relationship with Intel, please see today’s release at

VLX for Mobile Handsets

VirtualLogix also today released VLX for Mobile Handsets, version 3.0, which allows handset manufacturers and wireless operators to deliver more reliable, lower-cost mobile handsets with advanced security features and services to the mass market. The secure and fault tolerant software architecture protects core phone services from potential corruptions in an open OS, such as Linux.

For more information about VLX for Mobile Handsets, please see today’s release at

Published Saturday, September 30, 2006 9:29 PM by David Marshall
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