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RadiSys  Profile

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RadiSys  Company Overview

The RadiSys story begins with a global network of RadiSys employees who live and dream embedded systems and ends with our customers prospering with products built around RadiSys technology. What happens in between is R&D, product development, and manufacturing, all with a unique RadiSys twist: true collaboration.

RadiSys  Products

The types of products manufactured by RadiSys include RadiSys Promentum AdvancedTCA family, Advanced Mezzanine Card (AdvancedMC),RadiSys Procelerant CE, Microware OS-9, Endura motherboards, Procelerant rack-mount servers, board-level embedded computers, network interfaces and packet processing engines.

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