Orange Tree Technologies clocks up 3 years with National Semiconductor
Orange Tree Technologies, a board-level embedded hardware and software company focused on high performance system-host communications interconnect, has recorded 3 years of product and service delivery to National Semiconductor Corp. The announcement is witness to both the quality and high performance of technology from Orange Tree and the company’s track record of supplying board-level services and solutions to some of the world’s leading semiconductor and consumer electronics companies.
Orange Tree provides customers such as National with decades of experience and achievement in board-level solutions. Its Zest Series hardware/ software platform solutions provide optimized, high performance FPGA USB 2.0 interconnect between a system and host. Through the integration of Orange Tree’s IP with Xilinx Spartan-3 FPGAs and the Cypress FX2 USB microcontroller, the combination provides a flexible, high speed, I/O rich interface that is ideal for multiple applications including real-time control, image processing, high speed data acquisition (DAQ) and semiconductor prototyping, test and demonstration.
Alongside industrial control and automation, the semiconductor market is a key focus for Orange Tree. Its board-level solutions are used across a range of applications including FPGA based semiconductor prototype and test, demonstration platforms for pre-production silicon, RF circuit and mobile processor interface development. Expressly designed as out-of-the-box solutions and supplied with software support and IP, Orange Tree’s board-level solutions support design productivity and accelerate time to market.
“Our work with National is a dividend of the investment we have made into our R&D, product development and customer service operations”, said Charles Sweeney, Director and Founder at Orange Tree Technologies. Long term business relationships do not come about by chance and we are proud that National have chosen to work with us over a long period of time“.