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Wasabi Systems joins Super-H Partner Program

NEW YORK, NY, June 17, 2002 -- Wasabi Systems Inc., the leading provider of embedded NetBSD products and services, today announced it was joining the SuperH Partner Program as a Founding Member. As a Super H Partner, Wasabi will be developing and supporting the NetBSD operating system for the SH-5 processor from SuperH, Inc. SuperH is an independent global leader in the development and licensing of 32-bit and 64-bit RISC microprocessor cores

The SuperH architecture is designed for digital consumer applications such as set-top boxes, portable multimedia appliances, games consoles, and many other infotainment products. Telecom applications include video telephones, home gateway systems and smart phones.

NetBSD, the operating system powering some of the world’s most advanced embedded devices, is the world’s most portable operating system, enabling developers to get their products to market faster. With its superior code quality and licensing terms, reliability and standard-setting networking capabilities, NetBSD is an emerging leader in the market for next-generation operating systems for networked appliances and Internet infrastructure.

"We are pleased to see Wasabi Systems offer NetBSD for the SuperH microprocessor cores like the SH-4 and SH-5," said David Johnson, SuperH Software Partnership Manager. "This will offer our Licensees an excellent operating system."

"SuperH is an excellent architecture for advanced consumer and network devices and Wasabi Systems is proud to be a Founding Member of the SuperH Partner Program," said Wasabi CEO Perry Metzger.


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