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e-con Systems is a product company focused on OEM products with the sole motive to help customers to speed up the time to market. Founded in 2003, e-con Systems has been a pioneer in the OEM Cameras and Computer on module products. Camera modules include standalone MIPI camera modules and USB cameras. e-con Systems notable contribution has been in the launch of the World's first UVC Compatible USB 3.0 camera. e-con Systems was also the world's first standalone Stereo camera supplier. System on modules include processors from NVIDIA, NXP(Freescale) and Texas Instruments. These Computer on modules have support for Android and Linux.
e-con Systems has close partnerships with Cypress Semiconductor, NVIDIA, Omnivision, ONSemi/Aptina and Texas Instruments. e-con Systems ships globally to 83 countries in the world including United States, Germany, Belgium, France, UK, Sweden, Netherlands, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Singapore etc.
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