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Digi Wireless Design Division Extends Freescale Collaboration with Custom Design Support for Freescale i.MX53 Processor

Thu, 03/03/2011 - 9:21pm
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Spectrum Design Solutions to help i.MX53 customers get new products to market quickly

MINNETONKA, Minn. (March 1, 2011) - Digi International (NASDAQ: DGII) today announced that Spectrum Design Solutions, Digi’s wireless design division, will offer custom design support for companies developing wireless products with Freescale Semiconductor’s advanced i.MX53 application processor.  Digi also offers a series of Systems-on-Modules based on the Freescale i.MX processor family including the ConnectCore Wi-i.MX51 and new ConnectCore Wi-i.MX53. From a custom baseboard development around the module to a full chip down design, Spectrum helps customers get new products to market quickly using Freescale i.MX technology.

“Spectrum Design Solutions is a leading provider of custom design services,” said Ken Obuszewski, director of product marketing for Freescale’s Multimedia Applications Division. “Digi has the hardware and Spectrum the design expertise to help OEMs quickly develop production-ready solutions using our i.MX53 processor.”

“We help customers eliminate the effort and risk of a complex design without sacrificing the important design flexibility aspects,” said Rod Landers, vice president of business development, Spectrum Design Solutions. “We have a long relationship with Freescale and the expertise to help organizations quickly and easily add wireless capabilities to their products using Freescale technology.”

Spectrum Design Solutions offers complete hardware and software wireless design services, including wireless strategy consulting, custom antenna design and product customization for specific customer needs. For more information about Spectrum Design Solutions, visit www.digi.com/products/wireless-wired-embedded-solutions/design-services-support/digi-design-services.jsp.

 

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