SOURCE: Klocwork, Inc.

April 02, 2007 09:00 ET

Trinity Expands Product Portfolio With the Addition of Klocwork's Best-of-Breed Static Analysis Solution

Klocwork K7.5 Offers Highest Level of Software Quality and Security Vulnerability Detection Available for the Telecommunications and Embedded Markets

BURLINGTON, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 2, 2007 -- Klocwork, Inc., the proven leader in delivering automated software solutions that improve software security and quality, today announced it has reached a re-seller agreement with Trinity, a software house specializing in developing projects within the embedded and voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) markets, both for the civilian (primarily Telecom) and defense sectors. This agreement will enable Trinity to begin offering a best-of-breed static analysis solution as part of their product portfolio and will ensure that its customers have access to the highest level of software quality and security available.

"In speaking with customers and prospects, it became clear that there was a need and a desire for static analysis in the telecommunications and embedded markets that was not being met by current offerings," said Rami Shaft, CEO, Trinity. "We reviewed several possible candidates, but in the end the manageability of the Klocwork product suite along with Klocwork's flexibility and customer friendly approach made them our partner of choice. We believe strongly that our customers will benefit greatly from not only the outstanding software and security analysis provided, but also from the ongoing support and services of the Klocwork organization."

The key component to Klocwork's award-winning static analysis suite, Klocwork K7.5, is the ability for cross-functional development teams to quickly identify software defects and vulnerabilities. With K7.5, developers are able to find defects quickly with greater thoroughness and accuracy. The solution easily integrates with complex build systems and will automatically recognize any changes to a customer's build, ensuring the Klocwork integration is maintained.

"We view Trinity as an important software provider for the telecom and defense sectors in their market space. As these are two areas in which Klocwork has excelled historically, a partnership makes a great deal of sense," says Gwyn Fisher, CTO, Klocwork. "The fact that they chose to partner with Klocwork as their static analysis solutions provider highlights their dedication to offering their customers the highest quality technology and Klocwork's ability to provide solutions that offer tangible results."

About Klocwork

Klocwork's automated static analysis products detect and prevent software defects and security vulnerabilities. Our products provide entire development teams with tools to identify the root causes of software quality and security problems, track them throughout their software development process, ensure that they have been removed, and prevent them from reoccurring. Klocwork's patented technology was developed in 1996, and has delivered significant ROI to more than 150 customers -- many of them Fortune 500 accounts, known for having the most demanding software development environments in the world. Klocwork is a privately held company with offices in Burlington, Mass., San Jose, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, and Ottawa.

Klocwork and the Klocwork logo are registered trademarks of Klocwork, Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. All other names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

About Trinity

Trinity is a software house, specializing in developing projects within the embedded and VoIP markets, both for the civilian (primarily Telecom) and defense sectors. Trinity offers services ranging from performance improvement for existing code-bases, through specialized modules and protocol stacks, all the way to design and implementations of entire products or even multi-component multi-year system development. Fields of expertise include embedded systems, communication protocols in general and VoIP in particular and communication-related algorithmic work.