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SLE of Eau Claire lands $2.2 million in federal contracts

In a long-planned departure from its traditional focus, high-end computer chip company Silicon Logic Engineering has contracted with the U.S. Army for development of two different products.

SLE, based in Eau Claire, announced today that it has secured $2.2 million in federal contracts for fiscal year 2005. The company has been working with the Armys Research, Development and Engineering ......

Full article >>> cal regimen of working with a single customer and a single silicon vendor to produce a chip. This time around, SLE has been just one of numerous companies and support organizations giving input on the two products, according to SLE's Jason Pecor, who is program manager for both projects.

"There's been a lot of relationship-building with other contractors for the government as we go forth......

Full article >>> ates and other information on enemy movements to a central command post, the Army is working with SLE on a device to collect voice data reliably in environments with lots of ambient noise.

The idea, Pecor said, is to have a device that can interface with other equipment over a standard protocol bus, such as USB. "That way it can be applicable to numerous platforms instead of having some ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 04/25/05


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