WHO WE ARE:  Company History

At a Glance:  Company Milestones

Here is a brief high-level look at some of the key milestones since our start in early 2013.  There are exciting things in the works for 2016, and we can’t wait to share the news as we continue to grow and make an impact for our customers.

Overview

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2016

  • June:  Superion engages in customer project focused on high-end networking applications for OpenCL
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OpenCL

2015

  • November:  Matt Weber and Jason Pecor present at Embedded Systems Conference Minneapolis
  • September: Introduction of Alorium Technology, Superion’s product development arm, and the first public preview of XLR8, an Arduino-compatible FPGA application accelerator and development board at Maker Faire Milwaukee 2015
  • May:  Initial work begins on internal FPGA-based product idea
  • April: Chad Spackman is named as Superion’s Chief Technology Officer
  • March:
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XLR8 FPGA Development Board

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AUVSI Annual Event Sponsor

2014

  • October:  The “Eastward Expansion” begins, and Superion grows team in Pennsylvania and North Carolina
  • September:
    • The first customer FPGA projects are signed focused on high-speed chip-to-chip communication and a custom memory interface
    • Superion engages in customer-funded R&D project to investigate FPGA-based acceleration of Genomic Sequencing algorithms leveraging the OpenCL framework
  • August:  Jason Pecor, Superion’s VP of Business Development,  joins AUVSI Heartland Chapter
  • February:  First commercial software contract is awarded to Superion
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Team Expansion

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OpenCL

2013

  • December:  Superion outgrows our initial office suite and moves to Southtowne Drive
  • November:  Superion joins the Defense Alliance, an Advanced Defense Technologies Cluster
  • July:  Superion reaches the dozen mark for employees
  • April:
    • The first employees join Superion
    • We have our first customer teleconference from Mike Berry’s basement while sitting around a card table
    • Days after our basement conf call, Superion takes occupancy of the Miller Street office suite
  • March: Superion opens our virtual doors for business
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Southtowne Drive Office

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Miller Street Office

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