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Artisan and Aonix merge to become Atego

By Gerald Ondrey |

ArtisanSoftware Tools and Aonix have merged to create a new, stronger independent force in the mission- and safety-critical systems and software development tools market. The merged company is named Atego and headquartered in San Diego, Calif. (www.atego.com) Artisan Software Tools is the world’s largest independent supplier of industrial-grade, collaborative modeling tools for complex, mission and safety-critical systems and software and Aonix is a leading supplier of critical systems development tools, virtual machines and services for realtime/embedded Java and Ada solutions. Atego offers design and development tools and services for modeling architectures, complex mission and safety-critical systems and software, along with Ada and Java development solutions. The full product suite also includes tools for requirements interchange, co-simulation, tool-chain integration, process authoring and deployment. The combined global footprint of the merged companies results in significant operations in the U.S., U.K., Germany, France and Italy. Atego is the starting point for future market consolidation and an “engineering focused” integrated tool chain encompassing architecture, systems, software and hardware. The management,…
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