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NSN to Use Source Code Analysis

Klocwork continues to extend its market leadership amongst source code analysis solutions in the networking and telecom equipment marketplace

BURLINGTON, Mass. -- Klocwork, Inc., the proven leader in automated source code analysis solutions for improving software security and quality, today announced that Nokia Siemens Networks is using Klocwork’s Enterprise Development Suite within its IP transport and carrier switches group. With Klocwork, Nokia Siemens Networks will detect software defects earlier in the development process to reduce costs and ensure system reliability.

Nokia Siemens Networks, a leading global enabler of communications services, was looking for a solution that would enhance the software quality for its robust, carrier grade networking equipment. As one of the largest telecommunications infrastructure companies with operations in 150 countries, Nokia Siemens Networks conducted a rigorous evaluation of various source code analysis tools before selecting Klocwork based on its scalability, analysis accuracy, and ability to detect software quality defects.

"Nokia Siemens Networks is committed to providing the most reliable carrier grade networking equipment products on the market,” said Orly Nicklass, PH.D., head of research and development of Carrier Switches at the IP Transport BU at Nokia Siemens Networks. “The addition of Klocwork's best-of-breed source code analysis solution for identifying defects early in the development process will allow us to further enhance our reputation for market leadership and innovation while reducing our development costs and improving the development process."

Klocwork Inc.

Nokia Siemens Networks

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