Toradex Becomes NXP Semiconductors’ Platinum Partner

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According to Toradex, its elevation to Platinum status in the NXP Partner Program signifies the mutually beneficial and committed relationship between the two

A leading IoT and embedded computing solutions provider, Toradex recently announced that NXP Semiconductors has elevated it to Platinum Partner status, the highest level a partner can obtain within NXP’s longstanding Global Partner Program. Notably, Toradex has been NXP’s partner since 2014 and has been providing it system on modules (SoMs), customized single board computers (SBCs) and embedded software since 2004.

The company noted that it reduces the complexity and cost of designing and maintaining products using NXP i.MX applications processors. Saying that Toradex SoMs are pin- and software-compatible, it added that Torizon offers a ready-to-use, simple-to-configure embedded Linux OS and a complete IoT Platform, including features such as full-stack remote updates and device monitoring. Toradex claims that its SoMs and software are globally deployed in demanding applications, including medical devices, industrial automation, smart cities, transportation, and agriculture.

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Executive VP of Global Sales at NXP Semiconductors, Ron Martino remarked, “Our valuable ecosystem of partners like Toradex has helped us to continue our rapid market penetration and growth across industries. Toradex is one of our key partners and promoting it to Platinum Status in our partner program is a testament to the value Toradex brings us in terms of high-quality products, excellent support, and indispensable collaboration. I am sure we will accomplish much more together in the future as our partnership continues to grow.”

Proud of this accomplishment at Toradex, CEO Samuel Imgrueth said, “This recognition from NXP further validates us as a strategic partner in the NXP ecosystem. Toradex’s strong foothold across industries worldwide gives us an advantage over the competition, and our commitment to innovation and reliability is greatly valued by our joint customers. The shared vision and strategic alignment with NXP will continue to drive success. We are thrilled about the potential this strengthened partnership presents to both companies!”

Founded in 2003, Toradex boasts of specialising in embedded hardware and software. Its portfolio of products, including those based around ‘Arm architecture’, is designed and developed by its engineers based around the world in locations like Switzerland, the USA, Brazil and more.


 

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