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Intel Promotes Ardence to Affiliate Membership in Communications Alliance

Ardence, a Citrix company and a leader in developing software platforms for the on-demand world, announced that Intel(R) has awarded Ardence with Affiliate membership status within the Intel(R) Communications Alliance. The Intel(R) Communications Alliance is a community of communications and embedded developers, and solutions providers committed to the development of modular, standards-based solutions on Intel(R) technologies.

Ardence's software solutions deliver control to embedded systems by enhancing performance, reliability, security, supportability and manageability. Ardence-powered embedded systems leverage standards-based Intel Architecture, such as Dual-Core Intel(R) Xeon(R) processor and Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo processors, as well as Microsoft Windows operating systems.

"The enhanced access to Intel(R) staff and resources allows us to accelerate product development and ensure that our customers can deploy fully optimized systems with minimized development time," said Stephen Woodard, vice president, product line executive, embedded systems for Ardence. "Tools such as our in-house Intel(R) virtualization lab enable us to develop best practices for system development, which adds out-of-the-box value to our customers working on new designs."

Although Intel and Ardence have been technology partners for many years (Ardence was already an Associate level member of the Intel(R) Software Partner Program), the upgrade to Affiliate Level Membership in the Intel(R) Communications Alliance is a result of ongoing collaboration to advance the potential of cutting edge technology such as Intel(R) Virtualization Technology – hardware-based enhancement to traditional software-based virtualization solutions.

Published Thursday, March 29, 2007 6:21 AM by David Marshall
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