DSPlogic, Inc. is a trusted provider of real-time computational electronic systems, technology, and services for critical commercial and defense applications.
We create application-specific computing engines for data and processing intensive applications using open architectures and standards. Our system expertise is combined with model-based design methodologies and automated synthesis of computational software and FPGA hardware to rapidly convert algorithms into verified, custom real-time computing machines, optimized for size and power-constrained embedded applications.
DSPlogic is developing our own ParaLea™ algorithm synthesis technology to drastically reduce FPGA development and verification costs while improving the robustness of FPGA-based embedded electronic computing systems.
DSPlogic’s application experience includes ultra-high-speed pulsed systems (Ladar, Radar, EW), wireless communications, satellite, sensor, and imaging systems. We possess a deep understanding of applied signal and data processing algorithms and how to implement them in real-world systems using practical engineering design-space tradeoffs. When combined with our capabilities in model-based programming and high-level synthesis, we are uniquely positioned to meet customer’s FPGA-based computational electronic system needs.
Proudly serving our valued customers:
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
U.S. Naval Air Systems Command
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory
U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command
U.S. Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center
DSPlogic’s headquarters is located in the Germantown Innovation Center, part of Montgomery County, Maryland’s Business Innovation Network. Maryland’s I-270 high-technology corridor is a great place to live and work. Leisure-time and educational activities are abundant in Montgomery County. Residents and visitors alike can choose from any number of museums, public galleries, theaters, historic sites, and parks. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy biking along the C&O canal, rock climbing at Carderock, kayaking the Potomac River, or fishing for record musky at Black Hills Regional Park. Endless cultural activities are available due to Montgomery County’s diverse population and proximity to such great places such as the Smithsonian Institution, Kennedy Center, National Zoo and National Gallery of Art.
Address: 118 N. Market Street, First Floor
Frederick, MD 21701