Datapath win Queen’s Award for Innovation

The Queen’s Awards are internationally recognised indication of excellence. Datapath’ award, under the Innovation category acknowledges the success it has achieved through outstanding innovation with the continuous development of technology incorporated in large video wall controllers.

 The video wall technology, enables co-ordination of many screens and acceptance of inputs from a variety of sources, is based on custom designed graphics card solutions and high bandwidth backplanes. Through innovation, the company has continually replaced products made obsolete by developments in the computer industry and thus sustained high performance in international markets.

 Datapath make hardware components, plug-in cards and device driver software, which are supplied to original equipment manufacturers worldwide. They are key elements in the building of equipment controlling, for example, transport, utilities, process industries, financial trading and security systems.

Bjorn Krylander, CEO at Datapath commented “We are all very proud to receive this awards which not only reflects on our engineering teams wealth of experience and dedication but also on the partnership with our customers who has continuously allowed us to make our product easier to use, and better adapted for many different market segments.”

The Queen’s Award
The Queen’s Awards for business, honours outstanding companies. The Awards are made in three categories: International Trade, Innovation and Sustainable Development. Awards in the Innovation category recognise a broad spectrum of outstanding achievement.

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