NOVEMBER 29--Sundance (Reno, NV; www.sundance.com), a supplier and manufacturer of signal-processing, reconfigurable computing, and data-acquisition systems for a wide range of embedded designs and telecommunication applications, has joined the National Instruments (NI; www.ni.com) Alliance Partner Program. As an NI Alliance Partner, Sundance will leverage its expertise in high-speed digital-to-analog data acquisition and DSP systems with its in-depth knowledge of the NI LabVIEW graphical development environment, including National Instruments extensive virtual instrument platforms, to support their customers in developing a wide range of communications, signal, and image processing applications.
Sundance's Texas Instruments DSP-based systems and its rich intellectual property cores libraries can interface with NI development environments. Sundance multiprocessor platforms can communicate with LabVIEW, helping OEMs create and customize hardware as well as I/O devices in various signal and imaging applications. Combining Sundance's SMT product line and the LabVIEW DSP Test Integration Toolkit is key for achieving a seamless integration between DSP design and test.
"Becoming an NI Alliance Partner is fundamental to our corporate mission and marketing strategy and helps us position ourselves as a true solution provider to the telecommunications and DSP developers market," said Flemming Christensen, general manager of Sundance. "We are focused on offering our customers a wide spectrum of hardware, software, and cores to enhance the development of custom hardware for advanced applications such as software defined radio and complex signal processing."