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New Product: Emulator for Siemens 32-Bit Embedded Chip Architecture.

CAMPBELL, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 17, 1997--Nohau today announced an in-circuit emulator to support Siemens 32-bit TriCore architecture.

About Nohau

Nohau's emulators have a user-friendly Microsoft Windows interface with pull-down menus, hot keys and on-line help. To minimize debugging time, all information regarding the microcontroller and the application software is available right on the screen. In addition to its easy-to-use interface, other key features and capabilities of the Nohau emulators include an in-line assembler and disassembler, hardware and software breakpoints, high-level debugging, real-time emulation, memory mapping, single stepping, and real-time tracing.

The Nohau emulator will help simplify and speed the development of real-time-oriented embedded systems using the "virtual processor" capabilities of the TriCore architecture.

"We're very excited about supporting the TriCore architecture, because it's the first architecture to provide seamless processing of both control and DSP functions, with the real-time performance required for embedded systems. Its potential in the real-time embedded marketplace is enormous, and we look forward to contributing to its success," said Olle Hallengren, President of Nohau.

Nohau Corp., headquartered in Campbell, is represented worldwide, with technical support centers in the United States, Europe and China. Nohau's web site is: http://www.nohau.com

About Siemens

With annual sales of approximately $63.6 billion in fiscal year 1995/96, Siemens is one of the world's largest electronic and electrical companies. Employing 379,000 people worldwide, the company concentrates its activities on the major business segments of energy, industry, communications, transportation, healthcare, information systems and electronic components worldwide.

Siemens Semiconductor Group achieved annual sales of $3.1 billion in fiscal year 1995/96 and employs over 19,000 people around the world. It is a leading supplier of integrated circuits for the fast-growing telecommunications, automotive and chipcard markets. The comprehensive product lines of Siemens Semiconductors also serve a wide range of customers active in consumer electronics, data processing and automation. The company's product portfolio includes memory products, and discrete, power and opto semiconductors.

"Tools support is a key to a successful processor architecture, and we're pleased that we'll have the backing of one of the industry's leading emulator suppliers," said Winfried Lotter, Group Marketing Manager of Siemens Components.

CONTACT: Nohau Corp.

Steve Ehret, 408/866-1820
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