El Segundo, CA -- Applied Wave Research, Inc. (AWR) today announced that Analog Office, Visual System Simulator, and Microwave Office design suites
will be available on the Linux platform in Q1 2004. AWR's software products are used worldwide by analog and radio-frequency (RF) integrated circuit
(IC) design engineers, systems engineers, monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC), and microwave engineers in the design of electro-optical and
wireless and high-speed wired products and systems.
"The advantages of Linux complement AWR's innovative and open technology by dramatically reducing product development time," said James Spoto, AWR's
CEO and president. "We believe that the many attributes of Linux, including operating stability, security, performance, and interoperability with both
UNIX and Windows platforms, will provide designers with a viable and cost-effective alternative."