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VirtualLogix Virtualization Wins First Annual eg3.com Tech Choice Award

VirtualLogix VLX Developer V2.0 a Recieves eg2.com's "Editor's Tech Choice Award" In the Category of Virtualization

VirtualLogix announced that the electronic design resource eg3.com has named VirtualLogix VLX Developer V2.0 a recipient of its "Editor's Tech Choice Award" in the category of virtualization. The eg3.com "Editor's Tech Choice Award" recognizes cutting-edge products and the companies that are making it even easier for engineers to integrate their technology into the development and deployment process.

"We set high standards for our first annual eg3.com 'Tech Choice Award' program, and while we received an impressive collection of worthy candidates, the distinctiveness of VirtualLogix's product set it apart," said Jason McDonald, Editor in Chief of eg3.com. "As winner of an editor's choice award for the virtualization category, VirtualLogix's VLX Developer V2.0 demonstrates the kind of innovative, notable technology that will have significant impact on the embedded systems and virtualization industry in the coming years."

"Major players in the embedded and electronics markets are realizing the advantages virtualization technology brings to devices, and VirtualLogix is committed to offering the most effective solutions to deliver these advantages including lower costs and greater reliability," said Peter Richards, CEO at VirtualLogix. "The recognition from eg3.com, one of the most respected resources for embedded system design, underscores our commitment. We are grateful to the 'Tech Choice Award' judges for regarding VLX as one of the year's most innovative products for virtualization."

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