Radstone To Open New North American HQ
Billerica MA office to expand Continuing to underline its commitment to growing and developing the company’s North American presence, Radstone Embedded Computing today announced a planned expansion of its Billerica, MA office. The company’s US headquarters, and the majority of the US headquarters’ functions, will transfer from Woodcliff Lake, NJ to the newly expanded Billerica office: the Woodcliff Lake office will remain as Radstone’s North Eastern sales and customer support office. “This is a very exciting announcement for us,” said Peter Cavill, President of Radstone Embedded Computing. “Our business strategy calls for us to continue to invest in the design and development of new Radstone products in North America and, to do that, we need to recruit engineering and development people of the highest caliber: we know that those people can be found in the Billerica area, where we have already assembled a small but powerful team. It makes sense that we consolidate our American operations to an office which is at the heart of the industry – an office which will become the focus of our future expansion in the United States.” The Radstone Billerica office was opened in November 2004 and is home to Radstone’s Advanced Engineering Design Center. The first product to be developed by Radstone in North America - the AXIS Advanced Multi-Processing Integrated Software capability – was announced earlier this month at the Military Embedded Electronics and Computing Conference (MEECC) to a very positive reception. AXIS is designed to allow Radstone customers to develop sophisticated multiprocessing solutions using Radstone hardware more quickly and easily than is typically possible for competitive offerings. Transfer of the headquarters functions from Woodcliff Lake is expected to be complete by September 2005. As part of the relocation of its North American HQ to Billerica, Radstone will be recruiting administration personnel in the area to replace employees who will not be making the move.