DSL Expands Embedded Design Services

24 February 2011: DataSound Laboratories (DSL), a leading provider of single board and embedded computing solutions, is expanding its specialist custom design services to meet the growing demand from OEMs for UK-based systems design and development. In addition to expanding its engineering teams, DSL is moving into new larger premises in May with purpose-built design studios and research labs.

DSL offers fast reliable and economic electronic design services starting from PCB layout to fully-customised and integrated systems. With over 20 years' experience in a wide range of markets from marine and defence through automotive and transportation to advanced media and telecommunications, DSL design teams can take a design from concept to full working prototype in weeks, which reduces development costs and time to market.

"When off the shelf products don't meet the required specification, most OEMs don't have or want to invest in the in-house skills and design tools to deliver state-of-the-art custom design. Increasingly they prefer to work with a UK-based partner to provide greater support, flexibility and quality," said Derek Carpenter, managing director at DSL. "Our growing custom design capabilities provide highly-effective 'on demand' development services that remove on-going design overheads from OEM businesses and provide a cost-effective, risk free approach to resolving project overload or resource shortages," adds Carpenter.

In addition to investing in skilled staff and advanced design tools, DSL has established strong relationships with leading vendors such as AMD, Microsoft Windows Embedded, Insyde and XJTag. This ensures detailed support at component level and avoids future problems through product obsolescence.

For more information about DSL embedded design services, please visit: http://www.dsl-ltd.co.uk/custom.aspx

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