Fully-Featured Port of the Industry-Standard NTFS Solution Immediately Available for CE 6.0 Deployments

SUNNYVALE, CA, July 3, 2010 — Tuxera has today released Tuxera NTFS for Windows CE. The new platform port is based on Tuxera’s widely deployed and portable code base with millions of installations in productions use. Tuxera NTFS is distributed to first customers on Windows CE 6.0 for evaluation and product integration.

Tuxera CTO Szabolcs Szakacsits said: “We are proud to strengthen Tuxera’s leadership role in the NTFS market by a fully-functional read-write port to yet another important platform. Tuxera’s focus on reliable and portable codebase with many millions of deployments ensures customers can trust on Tuxera when it comes to interoperable file systems.”

“The feedback from the first Windows CE customers has been very positive,” Tuxera CEO Mikko Välimäki continued. “NTFS is today the first solution for most interoperable file system uses. I am thus happy to confirm Tuxera’s entry to the embedded Windows ecosystem is long-term. We will follow the news today with more Windows CE and Embedded announcements in the near future.”

See also: Tuxera NTFS for Windows CE Announced. Targets Especially In-vehicle Infotainment Systems. http://www.tuxera.com/about-us/news/1603/

About Tuxera. Tuxera is the leading provider of file systems that allow music, pictures, videos and other content to be ported across devices. With Tuxera file systems inside, users experience plug and play interoperability with their laptops, digital cameras, set-top-boxes, mobile phones, and other consumer electronics. Building on the success of open source, Tuxera’s industry-standard NTFS and exFAT solutions for Linux, Mac OS X, and other platforms have over 30 million installations. Close collaboration with Microsoft ensures reliable compatibility and helps Tuxera to set the standard in high-performance, low power use for embedded and mobile solutions. Tuxera’s customers include leading hardware, software, and consumer electronics companies. For more information, please visit www.tuxera.com.