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EMS & Turnkey Solutions

In close collaboration with electronic engineering and manufacturing services partner PRO DESIGN Electronic GmbH, MLE provides complete, integrated turnkey solutions including hardware / PCB design and manufacturing, systems / software / FPGA development and test.

As a PRO DESIGN partner, MLE additionally offers consulting services to PRO DESIGN users to facilitate adoption and deployment of proFPGA High-Speed FPGA Modules for use in ASIC prototyping, ECU prototyping, system architecture exploration and validation, or high performance computing. Our expertise covers

  • design planning,
  • multi-chip partitioning,
  • HW/SW partitioning, co-design and co-verification,
  • RTL coding in VHDL and Verilog HDL,
  • IP core integration,
  • timing-closure,
  • FPGA tool automation, etc.


Based on 30 years of practice in the E2MS market PRO DESIGN has extensive knowledge in the areas of electrical engineering, PCB design, mechatronics, production engineering, process engineering, measuring and testing. Both teams at PRO DESIGN and MLE have a history of working together to solve complex customer problems, reliably, to address the special needs of:

  • E2MS (Electronic Engineering and Manufacturing Services): Multifaceted development of complex custom modules and systems is a core area of PRO DESIGN. In close co-operation with customers PRO DESIGN and MLE create innovative high-tech designs that meet the specified requirements and allow an optimized and economic production process, from idea to shippable product.
  • proFPGA (FPGA Rapid Prototyping): A complete, scalable and modular multi FPGA solution, which fulfills highest needs in the area of FPGA based Prototyping. It addresses customers who need a scalable and flexible high performance ASIC Prototyping solution for early software development and real time system verification.
  • HPC (High-Performance Computing): Products and solutions to implement FPGA-based heterogeneous computing and FPGA-based Accelerators.