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Direct Insight inks partnership with German SoM maker, MicroSys Electronics

15 April 2024

Direct Insight, the U.K.-based technical systems integrator and reseller of system-on-module (SoM) and other embedded systems, is now partnering with German SoM and single board computer (SBC) maker MicroSys Electronics GmbH in the U.K. and Ireland market.

Commented David Pashley, CEO of Direct Insight: “MicroSys sees itself as a system provider; its focus is to help OEMs realize their product designs. We are excited to offer our customers the MicroSys Miriac MPX module technology, which offers all the advantages of SoM-based designs, such as application-ready core technology, faster time-to-market, high design reliability, lower NRE [non-recurring engineering] costs, and better-priced carrier boards thanks to less layers.”

The Miriac application-ready SoMs are based on NXP S32G and Layerscape processor technology. They support all processor-integrated features with a comprehensive, perfectly-matching, functionally validated solution.

Added Pashley: “With support for NXP’s S32G processor family, MicroSys shares our growing focus on automotive, and on safety-certified development, including ISO 26262 and IEC61508."

Ina Schindler, managing director at MicroSys said: “Direct Insight is the perfect partner for MicroSys. We need technically competent, application-focused design channels which are capable of supporting customers’ complex and evolving requirements. Direct Insight has over 20 years' experience supporting markets in the U.K., Ireland and further afield. We are delighted to be working together.”

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