Ardro Engineering Expands by Acquiring Elmic Systems USA

12/30/2003 - Ardro Engineering, Inc., developer of the Spartos real-time operating system, announced their acquisition of Elmic Systems USA, Inc., an embedded Internet protocol company headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Established in September of 2000 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Yokohama-based Elmic Systems, Inc, Elmic Systems USA forged a reputation for providing high quality embedded Internet protocols and developing forward-looking products such as the Voyager IPv6 protocol stack. Elmic USA's embedded protocol software is integrated with devices ranging from home-office equipment to industrial controls.

Paul Martin is president of Ardro Engineering and was a key founder of Treck, Inc., which developed the Treck TCP/IP embedded protocol stack. The Treck stack is an award-winning software product that set new standards for speed, reliability, and configuration.

"By combining Ardro and Elmic, we will reestablish the team that developed the best embedded Internet stack. Our combined efforts will make the Turbo Treck TCP/IP product line the de facto standard for embedded Internet protocols," said Paul Martin, CEO of Ardro Engineering.

The new business entity chose to adopt the widely known and respected Treck, Inc. name. Current Elmic customers can expect equal or superior service with no interruptions in technical support.

About Ardro Engineering, Inc
Ardro Engineering specializes in real-time operating systems (RTOS). Its core product, Spartos, is a fast embedded RTOS that has numerous features and supports hard real-time tasks. Thorough testing is a key item that makes Spartos different from many of its competitors. Ardro's testing suite assesses every line of code in the product. For customers seeking DO-178B certification, Ardro will provide the test suite and documentation for an additional charge. More information about Ardro Engineering can be found at

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