Silicon Review recognizes GrammaTech
GrammaTech recognized as one of the Smartest Companies
GrammaTech, a leading developer of software-assurance tools and advanced cyber-security solutions, was recognized today as one of the 50 Smartest Companies of 2016 in the Silicon Review, a preeminent business and technology magazine for tech decision makers and enterprise IT professionals. GrammaTech was selected among companies around the world with software solutions that drive business value in the evolving technical IoT landscape.
Recognition in the Silicon Review highlights GrammaTech’s strong software assurance innovations in static analysis of source and binary code, and GrammaTech’s commercial static analysis tool, CodeSonar, which benefits from its strong family of software analysis experts including over 20 PhDs in computer science and math.
GrammaTech’s software scientists are pushing the boundaries of software analysis and hardening techniques and technologies with a singular focus: helping commercial manufacturers eliminate critical software defects from increasingly complex IoT device software,” said Marc Brown, CMO and VP of Business Development at GrammaTech. “Our commercial products are continuously bolstered as our researchers uncover practical solutions to these tough IoT challenges. It’s great to be recognized by the Silicon Review for our continued innovations.
GrammaTech was listed in the Silicon Review’s lineup among other global technology leaders.
About GrammaTech, Inc.
GrammaTech tools are used by software developers worldwide, spanning a myriad of industries including avionics, automotive, government, medical, and other applications where reliability, safety, and security are paramount. Born from research carried out at Cornell University, GrammaTech continues to advance the science of software assurance, software hardening, and autonomic computing, providing techniques and technology for software teams to produce safer and more resilient software. More information about GrammaTech can be found here.