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FREMONT, CA: ALTEN Calsoft Labs (ACL), the engineering R&D service provider acquires Wafer Space, the manufacturer of semiconductors and embedded devices. This takeover will considerably improve the capacities and footprint of ALTEN Calsoft Labs in the services of VLSI and Product Engineering.
Continually evolving product engineering services spanning from development, product re-engineering, process optimization cost rationalizations address the ever-changing market requirements. The strategic collaboration of ACL further adds to designing and delivering a new series of smart products through digital product development, platform re-engineering, migration, and expansion–leading in optimized R&D spending. They owe industry-specific knowledge in software, electronics, mechanical engineering, and product life cycle management to minimize total ownership costs, decrease time-to-market, and to remanufacture support design.
As a standard in the services sector today and more, ACL VLSI engages with its clients in all possible commitment models. They also offer the complete end-to-end product as a service with the expert foundation-IP engineers at their disposal. By enabling SaaS in an accelerated timeframe, they generate a unique value proposition over other product engineering firms. They design an agile and flexible commitment model that includes all stages of the product development lifecycle by adding more value by maximizing the effect of Web 2.0.
ALTEN Calsoft Labs is the ALTEN Group's digital arm, providing its clients with unparalleled business value through a mixture of process excellence, reusable frameworks, technology innovation, inclusion, and conversion. The focus on product engineering and its elite workforce place Calsoft Labs ahead of its contest. This provides the edge to Calsoft Labs to work with customers of various dimensions and needs.
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