Critical Link Joins Texas Instruments’ Elite Design House Network

Critical Link, a Syracuse-based electronics product development company, today announced that the company has been selected as a member of the Texas Instruments (TI) Elite Design House Network,  a small group of independent companies offering system design, development, prototyping and manufacturing services to customers worldwide. For more information, please visit: Critical Link-MityDSP TI Elite Design House.

“We are proud to accept TI’s invitation to join this prestigious network,” said Critical Link vice president Tom Catalino.  “As a partner of long-standing, we look forward to strengthening our relationship with TI by providing leading-edge digital and analog product design services to our customers.”

Critical Link features TI digital signal processors (DSPs) in its MityDSP® family, a highly-configurable, TI DSP-based, very small form-factor module optimized for custom data collection and processing for a wide range of audio, industrial and video applications.  Critical Link is also a member of the TI Developer Network.

“As TI launched the Elite Design House Network, we looked for well-established companies designing with TI’s analog, embedded processor, low-power wireless and logic components, to develop successful application-based solutions for customers, and Critical Link clearly fit the criterion,” said Michael Sharpless, TI Worldwide Business Development Manager, Design House Network. “We also wanted to ensure that our Design House members had compelling technical expertise in applications that are important to our worldwide customers. Critical Link’s design and development experience in audio, instrumentation, scientific and control applications really stood out for us.”

As an Elite Design House Network member, Critical Link will deploy its extensive design and implementation knowledge with TI products to help customers more rapidly and cost-effectively bring innovative electronics products to market.

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