Mentor Graphics Acquires Embedded Alley

Mentor Graphics, a Wilsonville, OR-based electronic design automation developer, announced today it has purchased Embedded Alley Solutions, based in San Jose, CA. Financial details were not released. Embedded Alley creates programs to develop software for mobile devices and has made systems for Linux and the Google Android. Mentor (NASDAQ: MENT) said it plans to augment its own Nucleus real-time operating system with Embedded Alley’s technology.

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One response to “Mentor Graphics Acquires Embedded Alley”

  1. pEvans says:

    …the Google Android… sits at your keyboard at night and searches the web…