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Metrowerks Delivers Support for the Intel XScale Technology in CodeWarrior Tools for ARM Based Wireless Devices
Metrowerks Delivers Support for the Intel XScale Technology in CodeWarrior Tools for ARM Based Wireless Devices

(August 20, 2002) - Metrowerks, a leading provider of development tools and services for the wireless market, is adding support for the Intel® XScaleTM technology in its CodeWarriorTM Development Tools for ARM® Embedded Systems.

Version 1.2 of CodeWarrior Development Tools for ARM Embedded Systems enables embedded software developers and device manufacturers to visually debug ARM processors based on Intel XScale technology, including the Intel PXA250 and Intel PXA210 processors for wireless devices. The visual debugging capability is designed to enhance ease-of-use compared to traditional command-line tools.

According to a March 2002 report published by research firm Gartner Dataquest, Metrowerks' CodeWarrior compiler and debugger are ranked number one in usage among commercially available software development tools products.

Metrowerks' development tools for ARM processors, first released in March 2002, enable developers to create a range of applications for ARM devices, including 2.5G and 3G mobile phones, as well as most handheld computers.

CodeWarrior Development Tools for ARM Embedded Systems, Version 1.2, is available today for Windows® platforms direct from Metrowerks. For more information, please visit www.metrowerks.com/wireless/.

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