Missing Link Electronics

Missing Link Electronics, Inc. (MLE) was founded in 2010 by a group of seasoned business experts and technologists. Since then, MLE has been gaining reputation as an emerging technology company which develops and markets dependable solutions for the realization of connected embedded systems.

 

Our Partners:

MLE is a Certified Member of the Xilinx Alliance Program. As such MLE passed a comprehensive review by Xilinx of technical, business, quality, and support processes and will continue to commit engineers to passing the same rigorous training used by Xilinx Field Application Engineer worlswide.

MLE is member of the OpenPOWER Foundation, an open technical community based on IBM's POWER architecture to collaborate and to contribute OpenPOWER based FPGA accelerators for high-percormance compute and datacenter applications.

In close collaboration with E2MS partner PRO DESIGN, MLE offers complete, integrated turnkey solutions including hardware / PCB design and manufacturing, systems / software / FPGA development and test.

Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institute has partnered with MLE since 2014 to market and commercialize IP Cores and Test and Measurement solutions for networking and wireless communication.

As an Amazon AWS EC2 F1 Instance Partner MLE's expert design services enable you to bring your ideas or to port your existing FPGA solutions to Amazon EC2 F1 instances for cloud migration.

MLE is member of Intel’s Design Solutions Network (former Altera’s Design Service Network) offering FPGA design services to customers located in North America and Europe.

Since 2010, MLE is working with ASICS World Services on FPGA-based Storage IP core integration. ASICS World Services, a Xilinx Alliance Partner, provides a broad line of general-purpose IP cores for ASIC & FPGA.

 

Since 2015, MLE partners with EMCOMO Solutions AG to provide IP cores and development services for FPGA-based MicroTCA modules.

MLE is member of the Peripheral Component Interconnect Special Interest Group (PCI-SIG) which is an association of 700+ industry companies committed to advancing its non-proprietary peripheral component interconnect (PCI) technology.

MLE is actively contributing to the Open Source software ecosystem with a special focus on FPGA-based acceleration for Power and ARM architectures.