As 2014 winds down, we thought it would be fun to look back at the year and reflect – okay, brag a bit – about our accomplishments.
In January, we announced a new Analog I/O Expansion Kit for the MityDSP L138F, providing support for both low- and high-speed DAC and ADC data converters to our standard I/O Dev Kit for that System on Module.
And speaking of SOMs, we added to the Mity brand by introducing the MitySOM. Our original SOMs were all DSP-based, but that’s changed over the years. We wanted to reflect that change, while also leveraging the brand equity that Critical Link has built with the Mity name.
In other product news, we expanded our MityCAM family, adding new low-light options with the introduction of the MityCAM-B1910F. This is based on Fairchild Imaging’s CIS 1910F sCMOS sensor, and complements the original MityCAM B2521F. We also brought out the MityCAM-C8000, which offers an 8-megapixl resolution, windowing capabilities and onboard processing. The sensor used was developed CMOSIS, which specializes in advanced image sensors.
The year also saw Critical Link achieve ISO 9001:2008 quality system registration, which demonstrates that our customer support, engineering design, and production processes meet the rigorous ISO standards.
In 2014, we also hit the 1,000 mark for registered support users. To keep up with this growth, we expanded our production support staff here in Syracuse. We also expanded our partnerships with our distributors and sales channels, leading to a very healthy growth year for Critical Link.
All in all, it was a very good year.
And so, with many thanks to Critical Link’s customers, partners and staff, we wish everyone a joyous holiday season, and a happy, healthy and Mity new year.
Critical Link’s blog is taking New Year’s Eve off, but we’ll be back on January 7, 2015.