AUSTIN, Texas, April 18, 2010 — Tekmos, Inc., a fabless semiconductor and reliable source of ASIC devices for hundreds of companies interested in replacing legacy microprocessors, ASICs and FPGAs via conversions including high temperature chips for extreme environments, will be attending two conferences in May 2016.  Lynn Reed, President says, “We are happy to be an exhibitor and corporate sponsor once again for the International Conference on High Temperature Electronics (HiTEC 2016) May 10-12, 2016 in Albuquerque, New Mexico and look forward to exhibiting at The Internet of Things Developers Conference in Santa Clara, California May 25-26.”    HiTEC 2016 continues the tradition of providing the leading biennial conference dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge of the high temperature electronics industry.   IoT DevCon 2016 will focus on technologies ranging from the ultra-low power microcontrollers to the multicore-enabled aggregation hubs to the software and security infrastructure required for monitoring and management of the enormous bundles of data. Tekmos looks forward to showcasing its high temperature chips at Hi-Tec 2016 and its new Unify, a Mixed Signal ASIC program for IoT products to improve designs for manufacturing and protect from copycats at IoT Devcon.

About Tekmos

Tekmos has since 1997 been a reliable source of ASIC devices for companies interested in replacing legacy microprocessors, ASICs and FPGAs via conversions.  Tekmos designs and manufacturers ASICs to provide companies the best solutions for bridging the gap between standard parts and a completed finished product with the least risk and the lowest development cost. Every product is designed here in the USA and after wafers are processed and die assembled, will be tested and shipped from Austin, Texas to any location worldwide.  Tekmos is ISO 9001 certified and has supplied devices for critical medical and defense projects for many years.

Tekmos has also developed and manufactured some of the world’s highest temperature ASICs up to 300C and has introduced a line of high temperature microcontrollers, which can operate over 5000 hours at 210C. The engineers at Tekmos have completed hundreds of successful projects worldwide.

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