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Telelogic – Logiscope

Executive Summary: A big player in the DoD ecosystem, Telelogic acquired a

French company about 15 years ago called Logiscope. Logiscope was quite good
with Ada, C and C++ analyzer, mostly for individual (developer level) use, initially
mostly in Unix platform. This is not a competitor, but may become one as soon as
CAST will begin to penetrate industrial / scientific / embedded IT.

Competitor when: This is not a competitor, but may become one as soon as
CAST will begin to penetrate industrial / scientific / embedded IT.

Telelogic is a leading provider of software development solutions, with more than

8,000 customers worldwide, primarily in the aerospace and defense,
telecommunications and automotive industries. Headquartered in Malmö, Sweden,
with U.S. headquarters in Irvine, California, Telelogic has more than 1,100
employees with operations in 22 countries worldwide.
In 2006, Telelogic reported revenues of approximately $208M (45%EMEA, 42%
Americas, 13% Asia Pacific), including approximately $89M in license revenue and
representing year-to-year growth of 20% overall.

Telelogic Logiscope™ is a software quality assurance (QA) tool that helps
increase test coverage by automating code reviews and the identification and
detection of error-prone modules for quality assurance and software testing.
Telelogic Logiscope supports the following platforms: Microsoft Windows NT 4,
Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP, Sun Solaris, RedHat Enterprise
Telelogic Logiscope supports the following languages and dialects: C, C++, Ada 83
and 95, Java.

No partner identified for this product.

8,000 customers including: 3M, ABB, Airbus (EADS), Alcatel, Astrium (EADS), BAE
SYSTEMS, Boeing, Bombardier, Bosch, Daimler Chrysler, DeLaval International,
Deutsche Bank, Enea Embedded Systems, Ericsson, ESAB, Federal Reserve, FMV,
Ford, Fujitsu, General Motors, Honeywell, ITT Industries, Kongsberg, Lockheed
Martin, Lucent, MBDA, MCI, MOD, Motorola, MSG Systems, NEC, Nestle, Northrop
Grumman, Panasonic, Peugeot, Philips, Postbank, Raytheon, Rockwell, Saab,
Samsung, Sharp, Siemens, Sony Ericsson, Sprint, Swedbank, Symbian,

TeliaSonera, Texas Instruments, Thales, TietoEnator, Toyota, T-Systems, Unisys,
Verizon, Vodafone, Volkswagen, Volvo.

July 2007 - IBM acquires Telelogic to Advance Global Software Delivery Strategy1.

Strengths and Weaknesses

- Few languages supported,
- Impacts of the acquisition by IBM: Logiscope is not the primary focus
of the acquisition.

Cast Differentiators
+ Many languages supported,
+ Quality Metrics,
+ Independent company,
+ Investment in R&D.