2006 brings record sales and profitability for BittWare

JANUARY 15--BittWare (Concord, NH, USA; www.bittware.com), a supplier of hybrid (FPGA and DSP) board-level solutions based on Altera FPGA technology and Analog Devices SHARC technology, has announced at the Bus & Board Conference that the company has once again exceeded all prior years' sales records.

Jan 15th, 2007

JANUARY 15--BittWare (Concord, NH, USA; www.bittware.com), a supplier of hybrid (FPGA and DSP) board-level solutions based on Altera FPGA technology and Analog Devices SHARC technology, has announced at the Bus & Board Conference that the company has once again exceeded all prior years' sales records. Sales and profits surpassed expectations, making 2006 the company's most successful year yet in 17 years of operation. Continued demand for BittWare's existing T2 Family of COTS DSP boards and design wins based on the company's line of hybrid FPGA/DSP products drove sales during the year. These hybrid products feature an Altera Stratix family FPGA (Stratix II and Stratix II GX) implementing BittWare's ATLANTiS framework and the 600-MHz ADSP-TS201S TigerSHARC from Analog Devices, resulting in processing performance, I/O throughput, and flexibility that simply outperforms all other COTS boards for continuous real-time signal processing applications.

"The past year has been a time of technological change for BittWare--moving from DSP-only designs to our hybrid products, which incorporate both FPGAs and DSPs," said Darren Taylor, senior vice president of sales and marketing at BittWare. "Our continued growth indicates that hybrid architectures are providing our customers with the solutions they need to effectively and efficiently enable their most complex signal processing applications."

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