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Compuware Offers Device Driver Set for W2K

Compuware Corp. has announced the availability of the NuMega DriverStudio 1.5, a suite of tools that speeds the development of device drivers for Windows 2000, and all other Windows platforms.

The suite is composed of tools that advance software development for device driver development, debugging, tuning, testing, and deployment. By removing the guesswork normally involved in coding, debugging, and testing, DriverStudio enables developers to solve difficult device driver development problems.

A new feature added to version 1.5 is code coverage analysis for kernel mode drivers. This improves the testing process by providing the developer with a visual display of how thoroughly a driver has been tested.

NuMega DriverStudio 1.5 is currently available for $2,499.

Contact Compuware, (248) 737-7300, www.compuware.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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