Sunnyvale (CA), Las Vegas (NV) and Bangalore (IN), 6 Jan 2015, PressReleasePoint: Working with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI), a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated [NASDAQ: QCOM], eInfochips will service the growing embedded computing opportunity by designing and manufacturing Snapdragon processor-based modules, providing product design and support services to developers, and delivering end-to-end System Solutions for OEMs designing products based on Snapdragon processors.
Qualcomm Snapdragon processors are products of QTI.
Snapdragon processors are featured in a wide range of smartphones and tablets, as well as set-top boxes and media storage devices, and are designed to support many next-generation experiences. As such, they're designed to enable rich multimedia capabilities and be energy-efficient, making Snapdragon processors ideal for devices beyond smartphones. With more than 20 years of experience in designing embedded products, eInfochips, with support from QTI, will help extend Snapdragon’s reach into a variety of smart, connected, and interactive embedded computing devices, including robots, gaming machines, kiosks, head mounted displays, and more.
According to Parag Mehta, Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer at eInfochips, “Companies designing products in the emerging segments based on Snapdragon processors share a common goal of reaching commercial deployment quickly and efficiently. In response, eInfochips has built a fast-track development process intended to deliver a system board to customers in as little as 3 months.”
Tia Cassett, Sr. Director for Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies said, “In addition to mobile devices, Snapdragon processors are engineered to support the ultimate experience in embedded computing products. With high performance, fast connectivity and advanced multimedia capabilities, Snapdragon is ideal for embedded computing platforms, such as digital signage, medical, industrial and robotics. We look forward to collaborating with eInfochips and their customers to show the power of Snapdragon for embedded computing in the Internet of Everything.”