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DTx Complements Embedded Computing Offering with Expanded Display Solutions Portfolio
Date:9/23/2013

EMs and ODMs in the world. We are very excited to bring this expanded offering to our customers,” said Harley Firth, who recently joined DTx to lead this product portfolio. “Our goal is to work closely with our customers’ engineering teams to design embedded display solutions that best meet our customers’ unique requirements.”

About DTx: Since 1991, DTx has been recognized as the authority on highly reliable embedded computing systems and advanced display solutions. As an Original Design Manufacturer (ODM), we provide Engineering, Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management services to OEMs in the medical device, industrial automation and defense industries. We deliver value through product design and innovation, life cycle management, logistics and post-warranty support for processor-based technologies. Our end-to-end solutions enable OEMs to focus on their core competencies.

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