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|Contact: Ron Pimblett
Phone: (919) 676-0847
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
9 AM EDT, September 1, 2006
Raleigh, NC - September 1, 2006: Dignus, LLC announces major architectural enhancements in Release 1.85.
The Systems/C and Systems/C++ compiler products provides flexible development environment for IBM zSeries® and System/390® processors. Version 1.85 of Systems/C and Systems/C++ now enhances its cutting-edge code-generation technologies and continues to improve the Systems/C runtime environment and utilities. These architecture enhancements have shown dramatic performance improvements through the use of MitrePasse® and set the path for new future integrated products. Some key customers are reporting a 20% or greater improvement in run-time performance over previous releases.
The new Dignus XPLink implementation enables performance improvements for call-intensive C and C++ applications typical of the newer workloads being seen on OS/390 and z/OS. These changes allow for faster detection of stack overflow, faster saving of registers and other key improvements.
Finally, the Systems/C and Systems/C++ 1.85 Cross-compiler products for Windows, Linux, Solaris, HP, AIX and Free BSD incorporate the same enhancements and features that are provided with Systems/C and Systems/C++ 1.85 for z/OS.
This announcement reinforces the Dignus commitment to bringing innovation to our existing C and C++ compiler technology for zSeries Architecture running z/OS, z/VM and z/Linux.
Dignus, LLC is an innovative company, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, committed to providing the best compilers, assemblers and development tools for the IBM mainframe. Dignus, LLC provides unique mainframe programming solutions that offer savings in time and effort, while reducing development costs. Solutions are applicable to programming a wide range of IBM mainframe operating systems, including OS/390, z/OS, VSE, TPF, VM, Linux/390, Linux for zSeries and others. Systems/C, Systems/C++ and Systems/ASM run in native or cross-mode on PCs or workstations. This allows the end user to have the benefits of exceptional editing, rapid compile times, and locally assembled output linked on the mainframe for execution. Dignus compilers and assemblers have been recognized by IBM as "IBM Enterprise Servers Division Member Solution of the Month." For more information about Dignus, LLC or our products visit www.dignus.com.