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Wind River acquires GUI developer   
Tuesday, February 24 2009 @ 02:37 PM EST
Contributed by: sde

Wind River will buy Tilcon Software, a vendor of Linux-compatible, embedded GUI (graphical user interface) toolkits targeting industrial, defense, medical, automotive, and mobile devices. Alameda, Calif.-based Wind River will pay $3.5 million for Tilcon, of Ottawa, Canada, in a deal set to close Feb. 27.

The private-held, 18-employee Tilcon recently announced a version of its GUI toolkit designed to work with Wind River Linux and VxWorks. Tilcon's Interface Development Suite (IDS) 5.5.5 for Wind River features a drag-and-drop interface builder, property sheets for customizing appearance, behavior, resources, and actions, and a "wide" range of GUI and HMI objects, the company says. There is also a GIS application development module and Rhapsody UML (unified modeling language) support.

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