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Arastu Systems evolving in the Industry with a strategic roadmap

April 5th, 2018, San Jose, CA – Arastu Systems, a California based product engineering company, today announced that their existing roadmap, lucid vision and customer projects demands resource expansion and technological advancement. They have been receiving significant traction from customers as well as resources, who are showing keen interest to work with Arastu Systems, due to its robust Customer-Centric approach and Nurturing Environment respectively. For the purpose, the company has quadrupled its floor space in the same building to support the operational efforts.

The company was founded in 2014, with a fresh and focused approach to assist Semiconductor SoC and Systems companies. Today after gaining confidence from Customers, the company has diversified its offerings into multiple areas. Arastu Systems has been contributing to the Industry with its vast portfolio of DDR and Networking IPs and complete VLSI Digital Front-End Service. Recently,  the company has also ventured into the IoT space by providing Embedded Software Solutions and developing a robust IoT Platform catering to applications in industries such as Food & Beverages, Transportation, Energy and Utilities, Manufacturing and Smart Living. It has also widened its outreach by establishing a sales footprint in Israel, Japan, China, Taiwan and Korea. Arastu Systems have created a working environment of Fun, Learning and Innovation, thereby fostering growth and self-development.

Their existing clientele are glorious to work with Arastu Systems and have shared optimistic feedback. A Factory Manager at a leading Food and Beverage Company has said, “Increase in the Production line efficiency is one of the top most priority for their plant. With the help of Arastu’s IoT Platform, they are able to optimize their production processes”.

“Arastu Systems strength lies in its self-motivated team, structured processes and flexible work environment” says, Sharmil Dave, Head of Engineering at Arastu Systems. “With such innovative approach, fresh ideas and given empowerment, we will surpass our future goals.”

About Arastu Systems, Inc.

Arastu Systems is contributing in the Semiconductor Industry by providing high quality and value added product engineering services through silicon and software engineering. The company provides complete Front-end Digital Solution, Robust and Flexible products in Memory and Networking area. Additionally, they are also catering to demand generated in the IoT segment by leveraging their IoT related products and services. Arastu Systems understands the customer’s pain points and therefore believe in forging relationship by providing customized solutions. Headquartered at San Jose, California and have a design center in Ahmedabad, India. For more information please visit, www.arastusystems.com.

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