Telelogic develops new testing platform in cooperation with Nokia

Telelogic develops new testing platform in cooperation with Nokia MALMÖ, Sweden, June 5, 2001 - Telelogic (Stockholm Stock Exchange:TLOG), a world-leading provider of solutions for advanced software development, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Nokia Research Center to develop a test tool based on the new internationally standardized test language TTCN-3. The new test tool is designed for easy and rapid testing of systems and devices using a variety of technologies, including 3G and Internet protocols. In line with new technologies becoming more complex and an increasing need for conformance to global standards, the testing part of the software development process is gaining rapidly in importance. "We are very proud to enter this joint development project with Nokia Research Center," said Ingemar Ljungdahl, chief technology officer at Telelogic. "It confirms Telelogic's strong market and technology position and also provides Telelogic with a valuable direct contact to one of the most competent corporations that use TTCN for advanced test engineering." Telelogic already has a strong market position for test tools through Telelogic Tau TTCN Suite. With the strategic TTCN-3 project, Telelogic demonstrates its commitment to the rapidly growing test tools market. With TTCN-3, Telelogic will have the opportunity to extend the market for its testing tools to segments like automotive, aerospace and other areas where testing of complex, distributed systems play an increasing role. It also confirms the company's leadership in the support of international technical standards. Both Telelogic and Nokia Research Center will contribute with industry- proven background technology to facilitate the development of the new TTCN-3 test tool. Additionally Nokia will contribute with a channel to end users inside the Nokia organization. The final product will be owned, sold and maintained by Telelogic and will be available to all Telelogic customers. About Testing and TTCN-3 Testing of advanced software systems is a rapidly growing area that affects an increasing number of different sectors within the software industry. The test script language TTCN, is the world's most widespread dedicated test programming language and is standardized by ETSI. Telelogic is the leading TTCN supplier with its Telelogic Tau TTCN Suite. Telelogic Tau TTCN Suite is the de facto standard test environment for communicating systems. It is used worldwide to test telecom and datacom equipment ranging from built-in communication chips to huge switches and intelligent network services. The new TTCN-3 standard is currently being developed by ETSI add and extends the application areas which means that it is ready for testing of tomorrows complex distributed systems. To be able to deliver new advanced software systems with quality and on time the development and testing of these products must be more seamlessly integrated. Telelogics new test tool, together with the current offering, will give our customers state-of-the-art technology in this area. About Telelogic Telelogic is a leading global supplier of solutions for advanced software development. By providing integrated best-of-breed products and professional services for the end-to-end software development lifecycle, Telelogic enables organizations to improve quality and predictability, while reducing time-to-market and overall costs. Built on an open architecture that ensures interoperability with other leading third- party solutions, Telelogic's products are based on international standardized languages and notations. Telelogic participates in 3GPP, Bluetooth SIG and OMG to monitor and help create future communication technologies and visual software development languages. Named by Forbes Magazine as one of the 300 Best Small Companies in the world, Telelogic is a public and rapidly growing company headquartered in Malmö, Sweden. According to the Venture Development Corporation 2000 report Telelogic is the leading solution supplier in the embedded market, and Telelogic DOORS has been named the market leader for requirements management in the Standish Group's 2000 report. Customers include Airbus, Alcatel, BMW, Boeing, British Telecom, Cisco, DaimlerChrysler, Deutsche Bank, Ericsson, Lockheed Martin, Lucent Technologies, Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Philips and Siemens. Telelogic's worldwide presence includes offices in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. For more information about Telelogic and how it can benefit your development efforts, visit the website at www.telelogic.com. Contacts: Ingemar Ljungdahl Catharina Sundelin Chief Technology Officer Director of Information & Investor Relations Telelogic AB Telelogic AB Phone: +46 40-17 47 01 Phone: +46 40-17 47 30 Fax: +46 40-17 47 47 Fax: +46 40-17 47 47 E-mail: E-mail: ingemar.ljungdahl@telelogic.com catharina.sundelin@telelogic.com # # # Telelogic, Telelogic Tau, DOORS, Logiscope and SCADE are trademarks of Telelogic.All other products are the trademarks, service marks, or registered trademarks of their respective holder. ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by BIT http://www.bit.se The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/06/05/20010605BIT00280/bit0003.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/06/05/20010605BIT00280/bit0003.pdf

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