Wavecom's Open AT® Software Development Kit now "Eclipse™ Ready"

Issy-les-Moulineaux, France-December 28, 2006
Wavecom SA (NASDAQ: WVCM; Euronext Eurolist: AVM; ISIN: FR0000073066), a leader in pre-packaged wireless communications solutions for automotive, industrial (machine-to-machine) and mobile professional applications, announced today that Open AT® Software Suite IDE (Integrated Development Environment) tools are now designed to be Eclipse™ Ready, using tools from the popular open-source development community.

Future application developments can be done with Wavecom's Open AT® SDK (Software Development Kit) taking advantage of the Eclipse™ community. This access to the Eclipse™ community will be available to developers free of charge, without license fees, NRE (Non Recurring Engineering) costs or any additional fees for developer seats. Wavecom's, PC-based development tools used for creating native-embedded ANSI C applications now integrate into Eclipse™. Developers who need to combine wireless capabilities provided by Wavecom with specific application software can build programs and debug more easily using Eclipse™ project for "C/C++ .Development Tool (CDT)". Eclipse™ projects also provide tools to support the developers through the entire application lifecycle -- from design and development to testing and debugging all the way to product launch.

"This is truly a break-through that significantly reduces development time-to-market, stated Jamie Garroch, Wavecom Product Marketing Director. He added, "The inclusion of Wavecom's Open AT® SDK in the Eclipse™ environment makes overall system development cheaper and easier by allowing customers to reuse open-source parts as well as seamlessly developing their own tools based on Eclipse™ to test and debug their applications running on Wavecom's Wireless CPU®s,"

The new SDK on Eclipse™, is now available for download by registered customers from Wavecom.