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ISB Corporation Chooses VirtualLogix as Partner for Accelerating Mobile and Embedded Product Development in Japan

VirtualLogix, Inc., a leading provider of Real-Time Virtualization technology for mobile handsets, today announced a licensing and distribution agreement with ISB Corporation, one of Japan’s leading mobile software development companies, to supply the company’s VLX virtualization software for use in designing smartphones and embedded devices based on ARM platforms.

ISB, a leading systems integrator in Japan, offers comprehensive, one-stop engineering services for mobile and embedded devices based on Android and other operating systems. The company’s customers include major consumer electronics companies, handset manufacturers and telecommunications service providers.

“With the innovation that comes from the mobile and embedded product development community in Japan, we are eager to work with a strong partner like ISB to bring new solutions to the market using VLX,” said Glenda Dorchak, vice chairman and CEO at VirtualLogix. “It is great validation for VLX to be chosen by ISB for the development of smartphones and other embedded products.”

“We are pleased to be partnering with VirtualLogix to bring products more quickly to our customers in Japan,” said Mr. Itsuo Wakao, President, ISB. “We see VLX as a key technology to lower development costs and shorten our time to market.”

VirtualLogix is a pioneer in the mobile virtualization market and the global leader in Real-Time Virtualization™ software technology for mobile products.

Published Wednesday, August 25, 2010 5:39 AM by David Marshall
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