DornerWorks has formed professional alliances with other excellent organizations to help us get your projects done right.
DornerWorks is the design services arm for Genesys Ideation, providing customization for their products.
With a leadership position in the safety critical markets of Aerospace, Medical, Automotive, and Industrial, Actel has chosen DornerWorks to be a member of the Solution Partner Program. Actel is the leader in low-power FPGAs and mixed-signal FPGAs, offering the most comprehensive portfolio of system and power management solutions. DornerWorks is the first company in Michigan to meet the Solution Partners Program requirements by demonstrating a high level of expertise with Actel FPGA’s.
DornerWorks is a registered Altera Consultants Alliance Program (ACAP) partner. ACAP partners are a part of a global network of design service providers which offer experience and expertise in wireless communications, wireline communications, consumer, medical, test and measurement, industrial, automotive, computing, and storage applications.
DornerWorks is a Certified Consultant for Cypress Semiconductor’s USB
and PSOC Mixed Signal Arrays products. The CYPros(R) certified consultants program
maintains a list of independent consultants that have been certified and have
demonstrated competence in Cypress products.
The Freescale Alliance Program is a community of companies from around the world established to help Freescale customers build smarter and better connected solutions. This community is built around reducing design cycle time and getting products to market faster through the access of the newest design tools, support, and training.
Mentor Graphics® is a leader in electronic design automation. They enable companies to develop better electronic products faster and more cost-effectively. Their innovative products and solutions help engineers conquer design challenges in the increasingly complex worlds of board and chip design.
DornerWorks has been selected as Microchip’s third Medical Design Partner Specialist worldwide. Microchip’s Medical Design Partner Network assists medical design companies to not only keep pace with the latest Microchip technology, but matches them with premier and qualified design firms to see their medical device from design to market.
DornerWorks is a registered Microchip Design Partner. The Design Partners Program is
designed to help Microchip clients find a third-party design firm that meets their
criteria, to help them bring products to market.
QNX is a commercial Unix-like real-time operating system, aimed primarily at the embedded systems market. QNX has chosen DornerWorks to join their Partner Network Program which consists of several hundred leading hardware and software as well as service vendors worldwide. Their offerings include solutions and services compatible with QNX products.
DornerWorks is a member of the Texas Instruments DSP Third Party Network.
The TI DSP Third Party Network is a worldwide community of respected, well-established
companies offering products and services that support TI DSPs.
DornerWorks is also a member of the Texas Instruments MSP430 Developer Network. The TI MSP 430 Third Party Network is a worldwide community of respected, well-established companies offering products and services that support TI MCU’s. Products and services include a broad range of end-equipment solutions, embedded software, engineering services and development tools that help customers accelerate development efforts and cut time-to-market.
Premier Design Service Members are Xilinx’s most distinguished Alliance Members providing electronic design services. All Premier Design Services Members have been qualified by Xilinx through a 320-point onsite audit, maintain FPGA experts who have passed the same rigorous training as Xilinx Field Engineering worldwide, receive specialized support and Early Access training from Xilinx, and collaborate in other areas with Xilinx.
The West Michigan Science & Technology Initiative dedicates time to helping science and technology
entrepreneurs commercialize their discoveries. This partnership was formed to bring together the
product development tools, amenities and community assets an innovator, entrepreneur, or small
business needs to make their ideas a business reality.
The West Michigan Medical Device Consortium was formed to build collaboration around core competencies,
create opportunities to leverage these competencies, and ultimately strengthen their top and bottom
line. The consortium assists members with product innovation, business collaboration, marketing,
advancement of lean manufacturing technologies and development of channels to market.
The IEEE WMCN, an affinity group of the West Michigan chapter of IEEE,
exists to help businesses and consultants find each other, and to offer a networking tool for independent
consultants and contract engineers to share and learn from each others’ experiences. DornerWorks partners with
IEEE WMCN for a local pool of consulting resources for both short-term contract placement and
internal problem-solving needs.