Advanced Digital Logic grows offerings, becomes ADL Embedded Solutions Inc.

SAN DIEGO, 11 Jan. 2012. Advanced Digital Logic Inc. officials have changed the name of the company to reflect its significantly expanded product lines. Now ADL Embedded Solutions Inc., the company offers system design and integration services, including enclosure, cabling, and thermal solution design, as well as value-added services to embedded customers. “We’re excited about this change, because we believe that the new name better reflects the broad range of products and services that our ADL Embedded Solutions brand provides to you, our clients,” says a company spokesperson.

“ADL Embedded Solutions continues to provide a broad spectrum of embedded products and services that range from standard and modified SBCs [single-board computers] to full turnkey, ruggedized, high-performance systems. Our new name helps to better convey this message to our customers,” says Peter Engels, president and CEO of ADL Embedded Solutions Inc.

Contact information for ADL Embedded Solutions remains the same; whereas its German subsidiary will be named ADL Embedded Solutions GmbH.


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