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Sarsen Technology News Round-Up August

Sarsen Technology News Round-Up August

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This month has seen a number of staff holidays, but we've been as busy as ever, introducing two new product lines to the ten manufacturers we already represent. We have also been preparing for DSEi, and also the Dream Marketing Defence and Aerospace Roadshow, where we'll be visiting some of the UK's leading design and manufacturing sites, including BAE Systems, Rolls Royce, Selex, Safran Power, GE Aviation, Cobham, QinetiQ, General Dynamics, Airbus, L3 and Agusta Westland.

Sarsen signs distribution agreements with Znyx Networks and Ecrin Systems

We are very pleased to announce our new partnerships with Znyx Networks, based in Fremont, CA, and Ecrin Systems, located in Crolles, France.

Znyx Networks designs and manufactures a range of embedded AdvancedTCA ethernet switches and blades for telecomms, military and aerospace infrastructure.

Ecrin Systems supplies COTS, Mil-COTS and rugged systems for military and aerospace customers. Ecrin will be at DSEi, showcasing the ONYX multi-mission rugged computer platform, which employs leading edge dual and quad-core Intel® Core™ i7 (2nd, 3rd and 4th GEN) processing capabilities to meet a wide variety of mission requirements.

Visit the Sarsen team at DSEi 2013

Sarsen Technology will be at DSEi 2013. You can find us on the Altera stand S6-300, where we will be supporting some exciting BittWare Stratix V hardware. Altera will also be running a live demo on the new EW & Radar Development System from BittWare.
We'll also be supporting Elie Gasnier, Sales and Marketing VP, on the Ecrin Systems stand - N7-468, where you can come and chat to the team about the ITAR free, SWaP-optimised military ONYX embedded computer.

Tech Source to Run Video/Radar Demo at DSEi

Tech Source will be on stand S3-337, showcasing their embedded XMC form factor graphics, video, and software products for high-performance graphics, video and GPGPU applications. They will be running a demo based on a Condor VC100x on a server, running with Cambridge Pixel software, which is running as a server for both video and radar. The video/radar is distributed over LAN compressed to a client, which decompresses both, and is displayed using a Condor 3000 in a command and control type application.