Room 5 exceeded our expectations in the development of the APWorkbench. They meet their deadlines, continue to enhance the product and take on the role of the end user making suggestions that have improved the overall value of the product.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 20, 2013
Room 5, a leading software consulting firm, announced today they have developed the APWorkbench software toolset for Micron Technology’s new Automata Processor. APWorkbench, a new graphical software development tool that provides the development environment for creating Automata Processor computation networks, provides a software simulation and debug environment that includes animated cause and effect tracing. In addition, the APWorkbench can import Automata Network Markup Language files or automatically generate networks directly from regular expressions. Designs may be built hierarchically using macros, and these macros may be shared between users in libraries. APWorkbench is integrated with the Automata Processor SDK for compilation to hardware.
“More than a decade of commercial software experience with multiprocessor software development environments has gone into the development of APWorkbench,” said Jay Eisenlohr, VP of Business Development of Room 5. “We are excited to have the opportunity to be a significant part of the revolutionary AP Processor and the developer team for the graphical software development environment.”
“Room 5 exceeded our expectations in the development of the APWorkbench. They meet their deadlines, continue to enhance the product and take on the role of the end user making suggestions that have improved the overall value of the product,” said Paul Dlugosch Director of Advanced Architecture at Micron Semiconductor. “Room 5 is a software consulting company that understands both our business and technology, adding significant value to the project. They have integrated seamlessly with our internal team and are considered a valuable part of the Automata Processing ecosystem.”
Micron Technology and Room 5 are demonstrating the APWorkbench and the Automata Processor at the Micron booth #1322 and the Emerging Technologies Booth #3547 during the 2013 Supercomputing Conference in Denver, CO November 18-21, 2013. APWorkbench is currently in Beta and is targeted for release by Micron sometime early in 2014.
About Room 5:
Room 5, a leader in embedded software consulting, specializes in illuminating solutions that bridge the divide between concept and execution. Room 5 works with the most exciting companies in the areas of consumer electronics, defense, silicon manufacturing, and mobile devices. At Room 5, clients find an excited, talented source of technical expertise willing to work shoulder to shoulder to meet their goals and a true technology partner. Our talented teams unite a variety of disciplines to produce products and technologies that are unique and elegant. Room 5 has development facilities located in Silicon Valley, San Diego and Portland.