Fidus and inrevium expand capabilities and geographic reach through strategic partnership

SAN JOSE, CA -- inrevium AMERICA, Inc. a Tokyo Electron Device (TED) company, and Fidus Systems, Inc. announce a partnership that will enhance the ability of both companies to serve an ever growing global customer base. inrevium and Fidus are both proud to be Xilinx Alliance Program Premier Design Services Members.

inrevium is well known for bringing compelling Xilinx All Programmable FPGA, 3D IC, and Zynq-7000 SoC based products and services to the Japanese and APAC markets. These offerings include leading edge video development and demonstration platforms, FPGA-based motherboards, and FPGA Mezzanine Cards (FMCs). Fidus Systems is a North American-based electronic product development and consulting services company, focused on providing high-speed, high complexity solutions to their wide-ranging customer base. Fidus offers customers excellence in hardware, FPGA, signal integrity, and embedded software services.

With this partnership, inrevium and Fidus will collaborate on new product design and product customization services. Product customization services will have Fidus tailoring inrevium's off-the-shelf offerings to meet the customer's unique needs. Customization enables clients to get to market faster with less upfront investment. Fidus will also promote, distribute, and support inrevium's products in North America.

"For the past 10 years, inrevium has been providing FPGA-based evaluation boards, intellectual property, and design services to Japanese and APAC customers. Fidus' high-end electronic design services both complements and extends our current capabilities," says Yasuo Hatsumi, TED, Vice President. "We are excited to work alongside Fidus to deliver high quality Xilinx solutions to the North American market."

"From the very beginning we have been impressed with the professionalism and expertise demonstrated by inrevium AMERICA and TED - it's a perfect fit for us," says Michael Wakim, Fidus, President and CEO. "This partnership extends the geographic reach of each company, expanding our electronic product development, consulting services, and customization network for new and existing customers."

Both inrevium and Fidus are Xilinx Alliance Program Premier Members committed to supporting Xilinx technology: "Xilinx has closely collaborated with both inrevium and Fidus for a long time, and I am thrilled by this cooperation of two Xilinx Alliance Program Premier Design Service Members," remarks David Tokic, Xilinx, Sr. Director, Partner Ecosystems and Alliances. "This partnership between our inaugural Japanese Premier Member and our inaugural North American Premier Member provides our worldwide customers the combined breadth of system design expertise and deep competency on Xilinx All Programmable technology and devices, accelerating their time from concept to production."

For more information, visit:
http://solutions.inrevium.com
http://www.fidus.com
http://www.xilinx.com/alliance

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