CUPERTINO, CA and BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC--(Marketwired - Oct 20, 2015) - Zeidman Technologies, a leading provider of tools enabling developers to quickly build custom operating systems, and Codasip, a leading provider of application specific instruction-set processor (ASIPs) design tools and IP, today announced that Zeidman Technologies had joined the ASIP Design Network. This collaboration will allow joint customers to benefit from complementary processor and operating system design tools that help drive efficient performance of IoT devices. Combining application specific processors and application specific OSes can drastically improve performance as well as reduce hardware resource and memory requirements.
"Together, Zeidman Technologies and Codasip will help customers meet the need for lean, customized and highly efficient embedded systems to drive billions of IoT devices," said Bob Zeidman, president of Zeidman Technologies. "Developers need the application-specific processor and operating system design resources that our companies provide to optimize the performance of their products."
The ASIP Design Network (ADN) brings together a rich ecosystem of companies spanning service providers, IP companies and embedded software suppliers. ADN member companies are working together to accelerate adoption of ASIPs for IoT and system-on-chip (SoC) designs. The two organizations will provide introductions to their respective customers, who are providers of IoT devices that perform specific tasks as efficiently as possible while occupying the smallest possible footprint.
"Codasip is delighted to welcome Zeidman Technologies to the Codasip ASIP Design Network," said Neil Hand, VP of Marketing at Codasip. "Application Specific OSs are a natural extension to and enabler for ASIPs and what they deliver to our customers. Together we believe that success in IoT requires an application-centric focus across the whole system design."
About Zeidman Technologies
Zeidman Technologies is a leading developer of hardware and software tools enabling developers to navigate the increasingly complex issues of building custom operating systems. Its signature SynthOS® tool streamlines the process of creating optimized application-specific operating systems that businesses need to ensure that embedded systems run efficiently and effectively. The company was founded by Bob Zeidman, an industry-renowned expert in software and hardware design, and is headquartered in Cupertino, California. For more information, please visit www.zeidman.biz.
SynthOS and Zeidman Technologies are registered trademarks of Zeidman Technologies, Inc.
Codasip delivers leading-edge tools and IP that enable Application Specific Instruction-set Processors (ASIPs). ASIPs utilize dedicated instructions and architecture to create the optimal processor for a specific application or class of applications, and are at the heart of devices that require the best combination of performance and power for the complete hardware and software solution. Codasip's unique technology makes ASIP adoption easy and non-disruptive for both hardware and software developers alike.
More information on Codasip's products and services is available at www.codasip.com. Codasip was Formed in 2006 and is headquartered in Brno, Czech Republic, with offices in Europe and the US, and representation globally.
Codasip is the trademark Codasip Ltd and is registered in the United States.
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