Atego (company)

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Atego® [now PTC, Inc.]

'PTC, Inc.' announced on July 1, 2014 that it had signed a definitive agreement to acquire Atego, with a deal valued at approximately $50 million in cash.[1]

For information regarding former Aonix or Atego products please visit the following PTC, Inc. website product pages: PTC ApexAda(formerly Atego ApexAda), PTC ObjectAda(formerly Aonix ObjectAda), PTC Perc and PTC Perc Ultra (formerly Aonix Perc and Aonix Perc Ultra), and PTC TeleUSE (formerly Aonix TeleUSE]).

In January 2010, Aonix and Artisan Software Tools agreed to merge, forming a new company called Atego.[2]

Atego is a software development corporation headquartered in the United States and the United Kingdom with subsidiaries in France, Germany, and Italy.

In 2010 Atego acquired BlueRiver, the maker of the X32 (now PTC X32plus) C/C++ IDE and in 2011 acquired the ApexAda (now PTC ApexAda) family of Ada compilers from IBM/Rational.

Logo of the Atego before being acquired by PTC

Aonix history[edit]

Aonix was formed in November 1996 by merging two software development tools companies: Interactive Development Environments, Inc. (IDE), a modelling, analysis and design tools developer, and Thomson Software Products (TSP).

Aonix' product lines included AdaWorld (now PTC AdaWorld), Ameos, Architecture Component Development, ObjectAda (now PTC ObjectAda), PERC (now PTC Perc), RAVEN, SmartKernel, Software Through Pictures, and TeleUSE (now PTC TeleUSE).

Aonix was also owner of the Select Business Solutions product lines Nomad, Ultraquest and Select Solution Factory until the two groups split in 2003.

Aonix merged with real-time and embedded Java tools vendor NewMonics, of Tucson, Arizona in 2003, acquiring the PERC product line.


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-18. Retrieved 2014-07-03. 
  2. ^ Holland, Colin (2010-01-20). "NEWS: Artisan and Aonix merge to form Atego". Retrieved 2010-01-24. [dead link]