Radisys Partners With IFTEST To Provide Customized COM Express Carrier Boards For Medical And Industrial Applications

Radisys Alliance Partner Program collaboration ensures customers short, cost efficient development cycles.

HILLSBORO, OR – February 24, 2010 – Radisys® Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), a leading global provider of application–ready software and hardware platforms, today announced that IFTEST joined the Radisys Alliance Partner Program (RAPP) as a Gold member to deliver customized COM Express carrier boards for the medical and industrial markets. Radisys’ COM Express processor modules enable breakthrough processing performance, while IFTEST provides custom carrier design services, including production, verification and testing. The collaboration between Radisys and IFTEST means medical and industrial customers can now tap into the combined expertise of two industry–leading companies to leverage a customized carrier board that meets their application requirements, without having to devote precious resources to in–house development.

“In today’s competitive landscape, original equipment manufacturers do not have the time built into their aggressive time–to–market schedules to combine a processor module with a custom carrier board in–house,” said Keate Despain, Senior Director, Commercial Business Unit, Radisys. “IFTEST brings a deep understanding of the requirements of the medical and industrial markets to our already robust RAPP program, enabling us to save our customers months of design and development time by streamlining their development cycle.”

Radisys’ COM Express solutions are the ideal processor module for IFTEST custom carrier boards, offering a wide range of choice to meet a customer’s unique price and performance goals. In addition to designing and integrating the Radisys processing module onto custom carrier boards, IFTEST also has a deep understanding of the complex certification requirements of the medical and industrial markets.

“There are many complex facets in the design process of a customized carrier board for the medical and industrial markets,” said Werner Kunz, Sales and Marketing at IFTEST. “Radisys’ COM Express product line allows our customers to select the ideal processing module and carrier features for the unique size, temperature and power requirements of their customized application. Through a formal RAPP partnership, our customers benefit from a smooth development cycle, saving them from costly design turns that they would face in creating a production–level carrier board on their own.”

Radisys and IFTEST will showcase their solutions at Embedded World 2010, March 2–4 in Nuremberg, Germany, in the IFTEST Booth #9–244.

Radisys Alliance Partner Program

The Radisys Alliance Partner Program provides original equipment manufacturer customers with the broadest portfolio of standards–based building blocks in the industry that deliver choice and flexibility while significantly reducing development risk, time–to–market and cost. The breadth and depth of the Radisys ecosystem results in solutions that not only address the underlying technological issues associated with migration to next–generation platforms, but also address the business and service model requirements between partners delivering a comprehensive solution. Participants in RAPP include providers of solutions, application–specific stacks, silicon, hardware building blocks, operating systems and middleware as well as channel distributors and pre–sale and after–sale service providers.

About Radisys

Radisys (NASDAQ: RSYS), a global leader in open telecom solutions, enables service providers to drive disruption with new open architecture business models. Radisys’ innovative disaggregated and virtualized enabling technology solutions leverage open reference architectures and standards, combined with open software and hardware to power business transformation for the telecom industry, while its world-class services organization delivers systems integration expertise necessary to solve communications and content providers’ complex deployment challenges.

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