ADlink snaps up German medical systems house

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By eeNews Europe

Established in 1994, PENTA has about 40 employees in Deggendorf and Puchheim for the design and manufacturing of medical embedded PC systems and monitors. The company promotes its products for critical applications such as medical, industrial automation or food & beverage.
"By leveraging PENTA’s solid design methodology and manufacturing capabilities, ADLINK’s medical product line can be effectively improved; this will also help to enable access to adjacent markets with similar critical requirements," said Jim Liu, CEO of ADLINK. "Furthermore, the development and product comprehensiveness will be brought into full play. With the addition of PENTA’s technical team, ADLINK will be able to provide better support to its worldwide customers in Europe and increase its global market share in the medical market.
Helmut Müller and Walter Steinbeisser, founders and managing directors of PENTA agree that joining the ADLINK group will allow to quickly generate several synergies, which will result in benefits for the customers. "A shared strong focus on innovation and quality, as well as high flexibility and customer orientation combined with the already existing global setup of ADLINK makes it now possible to optimally serve customers with high-tech products on a worldwide basis," said Müller.
"With the deep vertical integration of ADLINK we are able to offer our customers standard products, semi-custom and OEM products while covering the entire spectrum from electronics development all the way to the fully assembled and tested device," said Walter Steinbeisser.

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