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Rogue Wave Software acquires IBM visualisation tools

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Rogue Wave Software has finalised an agreement to acquire IBM’s ILOG Visualization C++ products, adding high-performance data visualisation capabilities to the company’s existing portfolio of cross-platform, HPC development tools and embedded components. Following the move, existing ILOG customers will have the assurance that their products will be developed and supported by a company with specific expertise and dedication to high-performance development in C++.

‘I’m pleased to welcome the ILOG Visualizations for C++ products to the Rogue Wave family,’ said Brian Pierce, CEO at Rogue Wave Software. ‘Rogue Wave’s long-standing expertise in C++ will ensure that the developers using these products will have the support they need, as they continue to build and enhance their mission-critical applications.’

The Rogue Wave Visualization for C++ product family offers a cross-platform environment for rapid development of highly visual, massively distributed applications. Features include a GUI builder with a rich set of common UI controls, data-aware controls with point-and-click connectivity to common data sources, and an abstraction layer for C++ access to a wide range of object and relational database management systems.