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GrammaTech and Nohau Solutions Bring Software Quality Technology to Scandinavia and the Baltics

- Nohau Solutions Becomes Distributor of GrammaTech's CodeSonar Static Analysis Tool

ITHACA, New York, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GrammaTech, Inc., a leading maker of tools that improve and accelerate embedded software development, today announced the appointment of Nohau Solutions AB as its distributor in Scandinavia and the Baltic nations. As an official reseller of GrammaTech products, Nohau will help development teams in these countries deploy and optimize GrammaTech products in order to identify security and quality defects early in the development lifecycle.

"Selling the most advanced static analysis tools requires a partner with a deep understanding of how static analysis can dramatically help developers," said Mark Zarins, Vice President of Sales at GrammaTech. "We're excited to add Nohau to our team because of their team's expertise in embedded development, functional safety, and software quality."

Software in the Nordic and Baltic nations continues to grow rapidly, as does awareness of the need for greater software security and reliability. Nohau Solutions is well-equipped to help organizations find solutions that reduce costs and increase productivity in development and testing.

"We are excited to partner with GrammaTech," said Joakim Nilsson, Senior Solutions Specialist at Nohau Solutions AB. "The CodeSonar solution identifies defects and security vulnerabilities in critical code in a very precise manner, and will enable our customers to develop software faster and with even higher quality."

CodeSonar is GrammaTech's industry-leading static analysis solution. It leverages highly sophisticated analysis techniques to identify and eliminate hard-to-find, crash-causing defects in software code at the earliest phase of the development lifecycle.

About GrammaTech:
GrammaTech tools are used by software developers worldwide, spanning a myriad of embedded software industries including avionics, government, medical, industrial control, and other industries where reliability and security are paramount. Originally launched from Cornell University, GrammaTech is now a leading research center for software security and a commercial vendor of software-assurance tools and advanced cyber-security solutions. With both static and dynamic analysis tools that analyze source code and binary executables, GrammaTech continues to advance the science of superior software analysis, providing technology for developers to produce safer software. For more about GrammaTech, visit grammatech.com.

About Nohau Solutions:
Nohau Solutions AB was founded in Sweden 1981, and has been supplying professional development solutions to Europe's embedded industry since then. Nohau has become Scandinavia's leading supplier of solutions for software systems and embedded products. It has about 50 employees, with headquarters in Malmo, Sweden, and additional offices in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway. For more about Nohau, visit www.nohau.se.

The URL for this release is located at: http://www.grammatech.com/news/releases/nohau-brings-codesonar-to-scandinavia-and-baltics


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