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December 11, 2012

Embarcadero Unveils Novel Multi-Device C++ Developer Platform

Embarcadero Technologies has unveiled the latest C++ development platform, Embarcadero C++Builder XE3, ideal for multi-device development. An entirely novel multi-targeting native compiler architecture has been deployed by C++Builder XE3, thereby expanding Embarcadero’s extensive C++ portfolio. This portfolio is ideal for developers, ISVs and enterprises needing to develop high-performance applications for numerous devices. The latest release uses a solitary C++ codebase and development effort for natively targeting Windows 8 and Mac OS X PCs, laptops and Intel (News - Alert)-based mobile devices. The organization will also unveil platforms for iOS and Android ARM mobile devices in 2013.

In a statement, Michael Swindell, SVP, Marketing and Product Management, Embarcadero said, “The diversification of client devices in the last several years has been a seismic event with tremendous implications for software developers. The question for developers today is how to deliver applications across multiple devices including Windows, Mac, iOS and Android (News - Alert) without compromising performance and user experience or radically increasing development time and cost. This is the problem and opportunity driving our reinvention of the C++ platform. With C++Builder XE3, developers can build once and deploy natively across multiple platforms. As we add additional platforms to the solution, the benefit to the developer will continue to increase.”

A complete 64-bit compiler is also available with the latest C++Builder XE3. Some of the finest C++11 language standards and library compliance in the industry are offered by the latest 64-bit compiler architecture. Current C++Builder customers are also offered VCP updates, ensuring swift 64-bit enhancements for millions of current Windows applications.

Humberto Bejarano Bravo, CEO, Neural Engine said, “C++Builder is for me the best C++ compiler for Windows in the market. It is the only true Rapid Application Development for C++ that lets us easily develop our own components, and has an extensive network of partners that develop many more. We can build working prototypes in minutes. Now with 64-bit support, our applications are ready for all kinds of computers and operating systems.”

Developers can now natively target numerous devices with a solitary endeavor. They can hasten development with Agile (News - Alert) C++. Developers can also accomplish a fresh echelon of C/C++ standards assistance and compatibility apart from gaining 64-bit speed, power and capacity.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

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