Quadros adds European base to boost RTXC support - Embedded.com

Quadros adds European base to boost RTXC support

Embedded World, N¼rnberg — Quadros Systems, a supplier of configurable and scaleable real-time operating systems (RTOS), has set up a European support organisation. Quadros Systems Europe is based near Munich to provide regional technical support to users and distributors of RTXC products across Europe.

“RTXC real-time operating systems enjoy a strong presence in the European embedded sector,” said Stephen Martin, Director of Marketing. “This new organization will allow us to continue to serve these existing customers and offer a new generation of customers the advantages of the RTXC product line, supported by a European-based team.”

Werner Hartwig, formerly managing director of Lineo in Germany, will oversee operations for the new organization which contains sales, field engineering and application support specialists.

RTXC products are currently represented in Europe by a network of value-added distributors. Quadros Systems, Europe will complement this network by providing pre- and post-sale technical support. It will have primary responsibility for customers in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria and will work through existing Quadros distributors and partners for the rest of Europe.

Hartwig said, “The new Quadros Systems, Europe team has extensive embedded experience and applications know-how and can assist users in getting the most out of the powerful RTXC Quadros operating system architecture and associated products.”

Quadros Systems has a number of partnerships with silicon and tool suppliers across Europe. These include companies such as ARM, IAR, Lauterbach, Metrowerks, Motorola, and StarCore. Quadros Systems, Europe organization will coordinate joint activities and product development with these partner companies.

Quadros, Systems develops and markets RTXC technology which was first developed in 1978, and now includes RTXC 3.2 and RTXC Quadros real-time kernels, RTXC Quadnet (a suite of integrated communications protocols) and RTXCfile (an integrated file management system).

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