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Critical Link develops FPGA, ARM, and DSP-based System on Modules (SOMs) for a wide range of electronic applications. Our MitySOMs are production-ready and designed for industrial applications, meaning customers can depend on high performance, long term availability, and professional support for the life of the product. MitySOMs help customers bring products to market more rapidly and at lower cost than can be achieved with a chip-down design, while also minimizing supply chain efforts.

We pride ourselves on developing partnerships with our customers. We are vested at the start of every project, knowing today's prototype is tomorrow's product launch, and that our success is dependent on that of our customers'. And because our engineering team is larger than many OEM engineering departments, you won't compete for access to the engineering skills and disciplines your project needs.

Critical Link, LLC, is headquartered in Syracuse, New York and is privately held. We are a Gold member of the Intel Partner Alliance, a Platinum Partner of the TI Design Network, a certified member of the Arrow Consulting Engineering Services (ACES) network, and are ISO 9001:2015 Registered by SRI Quality System Registrar.

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"Optimizing Embedded Software for Power Efficiency", Take Two (Industrial Computing) This is the second in a series of blog posts based on a series of articles by Rob Oshana and Mark Kraeling on "Optimizing Embedded Software for Power Efficiency" that ran in Embedded.com in May. Their... (View Full Article)
"Optimizing Embedded Software for Power Efficiency," Part Four (Industrial Computing) This is my fourth and final post in a series of blog posts based on a series of articles by Rob Oshana and Mark Kraeling on "Optimizing Embedded Software for Power Efficiency" that ran in Embedded.com... (View Full Article)